The Really Stupid (and Expensive) Way To Find Lost Motorcycle Stuff: R2 (Kevin) calls and says to get the SENA bluetooth charged for the next ride when he gets home. So I go looking for the SENA USB connector and, unable to find it, also learn I cannot find the helmet unit itself. Frustrated after several days of looking, I order a new 20S to replace the old one. Kudos to Revzilla for getting here in 2 days; however, I hadn't had the box open for more than several hours when the old unit was found lurking behind a bunch of stuff in a drawer. This isn't the first time I have made a purchase to replace something lost and then find it shortly thereafter. My excuse this time was that we'd gone through 2 moves in a year. That said, I still haven't found the original connector. Oh well, at least I now have a spare unit. Maybe I'll put it into the next new helmet, should there be a need.