"Issues" I had: 1) Handlebar being off with the right side further forward than the left side. Mentioned it at the run-in service and these idiots told me "everything is fine, couldn't find anything". After about a month not riding at all due to limited time I did a quick go over the bike last weekend and found what was wrong with it: the front fork clamps were so loose I could remove one of the bolts with my bare fingers (note that this was about 20 miles after they checked in the shop). Aligned everything, torqued the bolts properly and everything is in line. So, the shop was too dumb to check the front fork clamp bolts even when I pointed out the offset handlebars. Man, how I trust them how well they did the rest of the service. Going to go over the whole bike myself over the next couple of days. Oh, and I'm pretty certain it was them, too, that got the tear in my gel seat. Will call them tomorrow. 2) Bar vibration was pretty annoying until I added R&G bar end weights. No difference before and after the run-in service. I'll probably also change the oil again soon, just to make sure these guys didn't just rip me off and didn't do anything good to the bike. Both not real issues but the loose bolts seems to be a repeating pattern on the Tiger 800. I have read about a few cases already where various bolts were found to be loose. I'm planning to go over the bike in all critical places and check all bolts whether they are in torque spec.