I just installed a Ezcan on my R1200GS as a controller for my heated gear (planning an extra brake light and considering a soundbomb later). Which heated gear products do you use? Exo2 Stormrider & Gerbing jacket Do you always use the heated grips when using heated gear? No, but most of the time. How do you currently control the temperature? Always full on? Simple on/off switch? Temperature controller? EZcan and on our sidecar we have two temperature controllers installed, an Exo2 controller (not sold anymore) for the driver and a dual Gerbing controller for the monkey and sidecar seat, both have 10 levels. What level/resolution of control do you think is useful? i.e. is on/off enough, or are 2, or 3, or 10 heat levels better? At least 5 levels, 10 would be better. The R1200's have two settings for heated grips, while the F750/850's have 3 settings? Any thoughts on how useful the extra settings are? Would love a third, lower level. Sometimes the lower setting is a bit too warm but a bit heat would be nice. Do you think you would want to have automatic temperature regulation? See for example, the Neutrino black box, which offers a special auto adjusting mode, https://www.neutrinoblackbox.com/products I prefer manual control. The desired setting depends on more than just temperature (e.g. wind, rain or snow, duration of the drive). We've chatted to a particular jacket distributor - most of their jackets sell without a power control switch, i.e. just plug it in for power, unplug to turn off. They do have a controller (with two settings), but they sell quite a few more jackets than controllers - any thoughts on that. For me a controller is a must, full power is way too hot most of the time and gradual control is needed on a longer trip in low temperatures. A lack of choice (in the Netherlands) made me buy a EZcan for this.