Now with 800+ miles on the new bike I can mount it by stepping over the seat. Guess it took a few days and a few miles to get my legs stretched out and muscles to loosen up to lift my leg high enough to clear the seat. Who said you cant teach an old dog? I also mastered the step on the high side peg mount also. It may come in handy someday. I had the bike in the shop 3 times already, first for the 600 mile run-in oil change then a few minutes later after picking it up and riding about 6 miles the fault light and engine icon came on. They could not find anything wrong and reset it. The next day it came on again, I took it back in. The code showed it was something to do with the aux lights or fan. They tested both the fan and lights and reset the fault finding no issues. If it happens again they say they will have to keep the bike a few days and contact the factory for advice. They are confused as why it came on right after a service. The only wire they had to disconnect was the wire to the aux power socket on the cover they removed to get to the service plug. I have ridden it another 200 miles since and its been a few days, the issue has not come back. I hope I am in the clear, If the computer was right it may have been a new tight fan motor thats now spinning freely or one of the leads they disconnected and reconnected to test the fan motor. I Installed RAM mounts for a Ham Radio hand held transceiver, a GPS and my iPhone and ordered ADV stickers. Talk to you soon with and update on my new bike and adventures to come.