Several months ago Givi began selling a sturdy locking toolbox (S250 Tool Box) designed to mount on Givi pannier racks. The box is made of plastic but is strong, simple, and lockable. Until now, you couldn't use it with an R1200GS because Givi hadn't made a mounting bracket for the bike. Givi has now released the hardware necessary to mount the toolbox on an R1200GS. This is what the mount and toolbox looks like mounted on my 2014 R1200GS: In the foreground the panel with the words "Givi" and "Tool Box" is a cosmetic cover to hide the metal mounting plate that actually holds the toolbox. The metal mounting plate is attached to the Givi pannier rack using the two metal tabs on either side of the rack and two attachment points on the bottom. Here is a close up of the side mounting tabs: When mounted, access to the toolbox is tight but nothing to worry about. The toolbox mounts firmly and seems like it could handle a crash or two. The side mounting tabs use thin plastic (almost like electrician's tape) to ensure that there is little metal on metal contact. Not sure how effective it is. I suspect simply wrapping the area with good electrician's tape would be just as good. The mounting hardware includes nuts that are nylon lined. Givi provides cosmetic caps for all visible nuts to give the mount a finished look. The tool kit is made for the Givi racks and I'm happy with it functionally and aesthetically. I will let you folks know if their are any problems. By the way, I don't know if the toolbox mount will interfere with softbag brackets from wolfman or Mosko.