Recently, we purchased a 2019 F750GS for my wife, and she has really taken to it. She's ridden tons of miles two up with me, and grew up riding MX and ATVs, but this is her first road legal bike. We went back and forth between new vs. used, and just decided to go new, due to warranty, and the electronic do-dads that the newer version came with. We don't regret it one bit. She's now on here as @JeepRebel and will be posting, reading, learning as she has time. I put my OEM pegs on her bike, off of my 2019 R1250GSA since I went with the large Black Dog Cycle Works pegs. The OEM GSA pegs fit perfectly, and gives her a very nice, large perch for her feet. We also added the Puig Touring Windscreen, which is perfect height for her (She's 5'3). We moved her GPS (NAV6) unit above the TFT, similar to how my NAV6 is mounted on my GSA. The relocation kit came from ebay, cost about $30 and got to us within a week. The install was VERY simple, and really makes the GPS easier to see. She's using the BMW "low" seat, but will most likely go with either a Corbin or a Sargent seat soon. She tried Grip Puppies, but they made the circumference of the grips too large for her hands, so I took them off. I also added the OEM hand guards from my GSA, until her Bark Busters arrive. Lastly, I added the crash bars from SW-Motech. These were a straight forward install, and fit very nicely. One piece covers the lower and upper fairings, but I need to find some engine case guards in case she drops it off road, and hits a rock or something. Looking at Mosko Moto soft luggage for her, and she has the new Mosko Moto "Pico" tank bag. All in all, she loves this bike. I have ridden it a few times and it brings a smile to my face. It is nice to see her in my rear view mirror now... just have to fix the Sena 30K issue. I have ordered the full Denali suite from Twisted Throttle. Denali CanSmart, D4s, D2s, B6 and Sound Bomb. Once these all show up, I will install them on her bike. We did a 175 mile loop yesterday, grabbed some BBQ up in Rock Hill, SC... and she did VERY well on some technical twisties. Very proud to have my best friend as my riding buddy.