My cases arrived yesterday. I mounted them to the rack and they fit very well. The cases were packed as well as I've ever seen anything packed but one of the cases had a light scratch in the top. At my age I'm not an overly picky fellow so I'm not returning it - like the nick through the powder coating on one of the racks I'm just chalking it up to Italian quality. I also received the Monokey mounting plate for the 42L Outback Top Box (not purchased yet). I suspected when I was installing the racks last weekend that everything would have to come apart to mount the top plate. And it did. Installing the mounting plate went poorly at first and then I changed my strategy (or strategery if you prefer). I had to de-install the right side rack so that I could get the mounting plate and grab bar base to line up easily to the bolt hole into the frame (rearward of the seat). So then it was a matter of re-installing the other bolt holding the rack to grab bar to the frame. And that was where things went awry. In the process of persuading everything to line up properly to get the bolt started I crossthreaded the bolt into the frame (under the body plastic). It was my fault for cross threading the bolt but I'm not especially pleased with the tolerances of the rack to its mounting points. I could choose to believe that with 4,500 easy miles on it my Vstrom frame has flexed out of tolerance to Givi's design dimensions. I could choose to believe that the frame hasn't flexed and my frame came off the Suzuki line five eighths to three quarters of an inch out of tolerance to Givi's design dimensions. Or I could choose to believe that Givi's design dimensions and tolerances simply are not very accurate to the 2016 Vstrom. I suppose it is also possible that there are truly two different Givi cam rack part numbers for 2011-2013 versus 2014-2016 and that Revzilla sent me the 2011-2013 racks. I'll call Revzilla today and see if that's a possibility. [Called Revzilla. There is only one part number for 2011-2016 Vstrom 650 Outback cam racks.] So I'll spend tomorrow atoning for my sin. Even if I drill and tap the mounting point the rack still isn't going to line up without persuasion. I suppose I should have returned the rack after it didn't line up the first time but like most males I thought I could make it work... and I did until I screwed it up. [I did not drill and tap it. I just drilled out the threads and put a longer bolt in with a nut on the bottom with blue threadlock.] With everything as loose as possible, including the allen bolts in the racks themselves I was able to get everything lined up except the rear cross brace and the right bottom passenger mounting point. Getting the rear cross brace bolted up required a lot of persuasion. I had to drill out the right bottom passenger mounting point because it would not line up with any amount of persuasion or force. If you have a later model Vstrom and are going with Outback panniers you might exercise better judgement than me when trial fitting the racks. If they appear to be about as far out of tolerance as they could possibly be you might save yourself some future hassle and return them for another set and hope that the next set fits better.