Have other pics. Don't have time for a long writeup till I get back from Melbourne at the end of next week. RGV is ready for a shakedown at Wakefield tomorrow though. Hard to see in that second one, but one of the panels is in grey primer. So we have a pink and white tank, red nosecone and LHS, grey RHS, and blue/white/red tail... with the green numberboards. And a dark grey rear wheel. The rear wheel is perhaps the actual biggest improvement to the bike: 17" rather than 18" and now wearing supercorsas. Many props to Brett at Moto Garage for the fact he hustled in a set for me on redonkulous freight charges (that he absorbed). I think once freight is taken into account, he lost money. But he's sexy so that's ok. Should be good on new tyres. Also thanks again to [MENTION=1003]Charlie[/MENTION] for the welding on the RHS rearset. It takes all of my weight so should be fine for Stace. Improvements made after the crash: * New headstem bearings * New tyres and 17" rear * Different fairings from the spares pile * New wheel bearings all around * Quick release fasteners. I had them sitting around waiting to go onto the old fairings and never put them on * New RHS clipon (kept the old one as a spare, will straighten it out one day). * Swapped brake hoses. Turns out whoever put the brake hoses on had them around the wrong way, so it wasn't getting full travel at droop. * New master cylinder spigot. Bought a 'good, works perfectly' master cylinder off ebay for relatively cheap. Turns out it didn't work at all, piston was siezed. Easier to swap the spigot over rather than rebuilding it. Bled the brakes... was a bit of a bastard from completely dry but finished it relatively easily. * Modified some of the ignition coil wiring and also cleaned up a couple of other things. Hopefully this gets rid of the annoying occasional miss we've had. Will need to fab a new enclosed belly pan for the 1 hour but it's at least together so we can test all of the components. Also need to fab a removable panel for the tail so I can easily do water and oil. Plus it'll get a paint in the old paint scheme.