Greetings fine ladies and gentlemen (and the not so fine ones too), I've been silent in the community for a long time, and I feel like I'm coming back with my tail between my legs asking advice from a friend after ditching them for a few years. I suppose my big trip ended, life got busy, and even though I was still riding, I wasn't feeling "adventurous" knowing I wouldn't get another adventure for awhile. Anyhow, I've been having a problem with my bike for the last 3-4 years and I've taken it to two different shops FIVE TIMES. They keep saying "we can't reproduce the stalling." As a result I've only ridden my precious bike ~3,000 in the last 3-4 years. They haven't really ever done anything in the shops besides regularly scheduled service (at 24,000mi now), changed the plugs, I changed the battery, I dump a ton of injector cleaner in. There's always a crabby person who's mad someone didn't search prior to posting. I searched and read a few threads on somewhat similar problems other people had to mine and I have a list of things I need to get checked out, but maybe this post will narrow it down with someone's expert advice so I don't waste too much time and money on things that probably aren't the culprit (I'm a better rider than I am a mechanic, and I'm not a very good rider so fixing too many things is going to take me a long time or cost a lot at the shop) THE PROBLEM: Fairly typical example, let's say I ride my bike to work/school. It will start up and ride there pretty well. But on the return trip (6 hrs later) after a little bit it will start to idle rough and then at some point when I let off the throttle or come to a stop it will stall and I'll have to hold down the starter and really crank on the throttle to get it fired back up. Once that happens it will kill almost every time I let off the throttle so if I come to another red light or stop sign, stop and go traffic, whatever, I'll have to pull the clutch in while giving it some throttle to keep the RPMs around 2,000, because if I let off and let it go to idle it'll kill and only get harder to restart. So that's a typical scenario. I'll do a first leg of a trip and everything will go fine. Then shortly after (when it's still warm) or hours later (when it has cooled back down) it'll start stalling out on me as I let off the throttle. But the next morning I'll walk out and it'll fire back up. Also, maybe related, maybe not, the trip computer resets all the time lately. Also, maybe related, as another post referenced, when I open the fuel tank I hear a little pssss like there was pressure built up in the tank. I never knew it wasn't normal but said post said it wasn't. What I'm guessing I should primarily look at: Fuel pump/filter Idle Air Controller and then reset the adaptation value Fuel Pressure Controller O2 sensor Lower on the list: Charcoal canister (lower on my list) Temperature controller Injectors At this point I'm ready to tell the shop to just replace everything. I'm sick of not riding because I'm scared of my bike stalling out on me. Sorry for the mountain of text, I'm just frustrated..