I've had my GSA (low suspension 2019) for four months now and 'learned' a few things through trial and error, wasting $, and reading posts. The biggest one is tire pressures - but I'll get to that. The bike: confidence-inspiring. I don't feel a lot of difference between Dynamic and Road but I also am not a hooligan. Electronic gizmos are fun. I leave ESA in Auto. No issues at all with bike other than a front wheel 'within spec' that isn't quite round. More on that below. I'm at 2300 miles, so not exactly on expeditions but we'll get there. Big gripes I've been trying to solve for myself (5'8", 180lbs): - 'Vibration' at highway speeds - to make a REALLY long story short, my factory front rim (spoked) was slightly out of round and my Bridgestone A41s were very likely over-inflated. A new set of Michelin Anakee 3 later, at tire pressure set using tables and not the computer, and all of the wobble/thumping is gone. Interestingly, front wheel no longer has two weights on it either - but back wheel picked up some weights... I also asked shop to do the 'throttle body' synch and they said they did. Bike felt much smoother after all of this was done. Maybe it was the lighter wallet. - Buffeting at highway speeds - tried different helmets, different heights of GSA screen, and a VStream windscreen. None of them did the right trick. I've pondered getting the GS screen and trying it. Have a X-creen inbound. Fingers are crossed. In 'dead wind' the factory GSA screen really isn't bad and I would think a slightly lower seat will help too... - Seat comfort for long rides - tried Touratech (comfort low) and Sargent seats (standard sport) and they didn't quite satisfy - have a set of exclusive comfort seats coming from Sierra BMW next week. Successes: - Bought factory panniers - they are great! - Bought Bose QC20 - they are a godsend! Below 70 there are no issues, above 70mph with crossing traffic they hiccup slightly - worth it to me. - Adjustable BMW rider footpegs (the ones with rubber in middle) - good but don't isolate vibrations as much as I would have thought - Anakee 3s. I know a lot don't like them, but the ride compared to Bridgestone A41 is more plush. Yes, they howl from about 55-70 but below that or above they're fine. - GSEmotion toolbox - perfect size, stashed lots in it, watertight so far. - ZTechniq stabilizer kit - bought for taller windscreen, have kept it on factory GSA screen. Rock solid. - HVMP bar end weights - easily took away half the handlebar vibration I felt. - Aerostich elkskin gloves. LOVE - BMW rallye 3 jacket. LOVE 'Failures (subjective, of course)': - Tried Sena 20S speakers in helmet - hated them. Fit, volume, etc just didn't work for me. - Tried VStream windscreen (tour) - well made, worked TOO WELL - no airflow. Also was in my eyesight line and I hated that - even in lowest setting. - Grip Puppies - Didn't do much for vibrations and I hated the size (I had the slimmer of the 2) of the handgrips with them on. HAVING SAID THIS, really a nice product. I was VERY impressed at the workmanship and care in packaging. - Bridgestone A41x - maybe I had a bad tire, maybe I just overinflated them thanks to the TPM and 'temp corrected' settings... but they were / are much harder than the anakee 3s. I presume this is for wear/multi-compound the anakees don't have... I put 2000 miles on these and they are in my garage - I suppose one day I'll put them back on and know for sure. Slowly but surely the bike is getting dialed in. I wish I had tried 'normal' cold tire pressures based on my own gauges long before I spent so much money on tire balance, new tires, TB synch, etc. I'd say if you are feeling rattled by your bike, this is probably the best place to start. I'd read a ton of posts about tire pressures and chose a solution based on the manual and my interpretation from the myriad of threads on AdvRider and others (MOA, R1200GS). Cheers, Mike Edited on 11/16: - Now at 3800 miles - X-creen sport does a pretty good job of shaping air and reducing buffeting. So far it's the best fit. I tried the 3D printed thingy to make the windshield sit more upright and found that, for me, it INCREASED buffeting significantly so I went back to X-creen. - BMW Exclusive Comfort seats (the ones with grey underside, black top) are very nice - feel great. - Still irritated that my front wheel isn't completely round but I tune it out. Minor wobble at low speeds, at speed it's fine (still pondering second set of wheels).