After a basic checkout of systems and fluids, it was time for a concentric circle of miles to get a better feel for things. It became even more apparent that the rear shock did not feel right. It did not pogo, but felt pretty “wooden” over bumps. However, it did not seem to bottom out, and had some travel if you bounced up and down at a standstill. Puzzling. The Givi lock is a bit finicky as the PO had pointed out. Otherwise, the machine worked well on about an 80 mile circle. the windshield is a bit tall for my torso, but is certainly effective at blocking wind. The Zumo GPS needs updating.