Boredom is truly the devil's workshop, but was always intrigued by the 'looks' of a sidecar rig. Over two years ago I had an '07 R1200GSA Adventure not getting many miles so did minimal research, went with DMC/Jay in WA. No regrets whatsoever. But, I offer some food for thought if you are considering: 1. It isn't a motorcycle anymore. Perhaps better described as a contrivance, contraption, but get motorcycle out of your head at least from a handling perspective. If you can, drive one and be sure what you get is what you expect. 2. It's fun, it's handy, and if you are getting tentative with that big HD, LT, GT, or any big bike, it's an alternative way better than a trike or the Can-Am Spyder. Just an opinion tho'. 3. I only offer my experiences as others will differ. Knowing nothing about hacks other than the way they looked I trusted the vendor, in my case DMC. There are others. I wanted some specifics, that were minimal, and got my way. E.g. I didn't want carpeting but rather a painted Rhino type coating for the interior. Other than that I wanted the rig to match the bike in appearances, color, etc. I went with sidecar brakes but they are optional: Glad I did. I went with package that lifted, lowered sidecar for road camber, cross-winds, etc. I don't use it that much, but when I do it makes a big difference. Highly recommended. Unless you are saint of a driver, expect a decrease in fuel mileage. Most importantly, don't be disappointed when you get it back. It's different, so different you might consider why you did it. Stick with it and I promise much enjoyment and fun.