Hi @RADE/GARAGE - I just installed your skidplate on my 2019 690 and thought I'd give some feedback. 1) The rear mounts - using 2 pieces of rubber leaves the bolt too short to thread into the nut enough unless you REALLY crank down on it. I got the bolt flush with the top of the nut, but it ended up cracking the OEM plastic piece on one side. Ideally, it'd be great if it included metal replacements for the OEM plastic parts that don't require rubber spacers and would be more durable. 2) The front bracket didn't quite line up with the mounts on the frame - they were a little too far forward. I think the holes for the rear mount could have been just a mm or 2 further forward to make this part easier. If I do it again, I might attach the bracket to the bike first, then attach the plate to the bracket. 3) The small plate for the rear brake master cylinder could do with some extra hardware. The large M8 bolt on the side felt unsupported since the hole is recessed behind the plate - I happened to have a plastic spacer that fit perfectly to fill in the area around the shank of the bolt. I also added a washer for the M8. On the M6, I decided to install the bolt up from underneath since having the button head on the bottom seemed less exposed than the nut. 4) Do you know of any way to fit the cover on that's a more secure? The pins are convenient, but I'd like to be able to attach it in a way that requires a tool or a key to get into for some of the places I plan on going. Overall I'm really happy with it - it looks great and the storage will be super convenient! I have the aux tank to install this weekend - looking forward to some real fuel range.