I agree with the TT directions... they are photocopied and really hard to read. The pictures are worthless. They need better directions! I have installed this list and will add that all TT stuff is allen wrench friendly. I had to buy a star screwdriver set for the BMW. TT pee cup protector........Fairly easy but have to hold brake, pee cup, and mirror while trying to get the protector screwed in place. TT radiator protector........ harder as I had to take off the whole front beak assembly and side fairings to get to radiator. The beak comes off with a handful of screws so it is easy to do. The whole front slides off. TT kickstand platform.... easy and it is for making a bigger footprint for kickstand in soft dirt so bike doesn't topple over. TT back aluminum rack...... easy and I used the tool under the seat to deal with the star screws. TT brake lever extender...... really easy once I figured out what direction to point the undercarriage piece that ties it all together. Have yet to install but going to this weekend..... TT LED blinkers..... harder as I have to re-splice some wires as they don't come with appropriate connectors for the 800. Also they fail to mention in the directions that you need to use the supplied resistor for each wire or the blinkers will not work. They told me this over the phone when I called Touratech and talked to them about this issue. TT handlebar risers...... again harder as the whole front beack unit needs to come off again to access the top of the triple clamp. I kicked myself for not doing this when I had it all off for the radiator guard.