I installed a PDM60 fuseblock on my 2014 liquid-cooled R1200GS today. A few notes so you guys don't have to recreate the wheel. 1) I installed the PDM60 under the seat. It is pretty simple to install in this location. There was room to spare in the high-high seat configuration; it was a little tighter in the high(front)-low(rear) seat configuration, but still works. I did not try the low-low configuration. I used 3M dual-lock to hold the module in place. 2) I programmed the device so that all the circuits are triggered off the ignition. I pulled the switched 12V signal for the ignition trigger from the small fusebox at the rear of the tank cover -- I used the red wire with a brown stripe. (This wire is associated with the 7.5 amp fuse described at p.137 of the U.S. user manual.) I connected the grey wire (ignition trigger) from the PDM60 to this wire using a POSI-TAP connector. I peeled back the tape midway down the wiring harness and tapped into the circuit there to avoid crowding things at the small fusebox. 3) It is also easy to connect the positive and negative cables. For the positive cable, I ran it under the tank cover to the jump start terminal on the right side of the bike. (Ignore the red wire on the right -- that is connected to my Stebel horn. After installing the PDM60, I disconnected it from the battery and connected it directly to one of the circuits of the PDM60, which I programmed for 20 Amps.) 4) The negative cable followed the same route, and I connected it directly to the battery. (It is easier to access the channel I used for wiring if you remove the front seat support.) I used the Rocketmoto wiring kit, which has a neat ground block for terminating the negative/grounds from the devices you connect to the PDM60. I then connected the negative wire from the PDM60 to the ground block. Overall a nice, neat solution to wiring.