I'm getting the bike ready for a 6 day ride to Connecticut and throughout New England next week. I just upgraded to the Busa from my SV1000S. With heli-bars, adjustable pegs, and a gel seat, the SV was very tour-able. Even with stock ergos, the Busa is at least as comfortable, so I'm looking forward to stretching its legs. Top priority - GPS so I don't get lost and die in the middle of bum****, Maine. Garmin Zumo 450 splash screen: Map display: Mount with GPS removed: I wired in a fused power block to run the GPS and the other accessories I'll be adding later (cigarette lighter socket to charge a cell phone, maybe some aux lights). There's a relay tucked on the other side so the power block is only live when the ignition is on: From farther back: There's a killer cashback deal for anything you can Buy It Now through eBay with - 25% cash back. The Zumo can be had for a shade over $300 with this deal. Check out the thread on slickdeals: http://forums.slickdeals.net/showthread.php?sduid=245509&t=873772 Second priority - throttle lock so my wrist doesn't fall off after an 8 hour ride. Open/Disengaged: Closed/Engaged: It's a Manic Salamander throttle lock - it's a little different than the throttle meister a friend has, and I haven't had a chance to ride with it yet. I'm a little concerned because it's spring-loaded, instead of just threaded. As a result, to disengage, you need to pull the cylinder toward the outside, then rotate it closed (in the throttle-off direction). You can still adjust the throttle with it engaged (it just adds enough friction to overcome the spring tension), but I'll have to see how comfortable I am disengaging it quickly. Fairings are a pain in the ass to remove - not looking forward to changing the oil tomorrow. Exhaust, double bubble, and swingarm plate bracket are on the way. Should be a fun trip.