Well, I've finally began my winter service activities, and am putting Fred's DVD's to use. It took me two hours today to get to the air filter, 'course I'm taking my time, trying to do everything right the first time! I've had the dreaded anti-freeze smell when I first start the bike, so that is my main goal, trying to find all those fittings and get them tightened up. I've moved the bike, all the tools I think I may need, a TV set, DVD player, and a radio over to my mom's house, as she has a heated garage to work in, though a bit small, (only a 1 car), with a wheelchair ramp, but I figure that's still better than in my cold airy garage. I'm also taking lots of pictures to show all my riding buddies that say I'm CRAZY for this undertaking! Next out comes the fuel tank, and hopefully I'll find evidence of the coolant leak and get that fixed. I just hope this all goes back together, and is still rideable with no extra parts left over! Then I get to tell my wife, "See, I ain't some idiot, I CAN take something apart and put it back together! I may be on here askin' a few dumb questions when I get started puttin' her back together, hope ya'll don't mind!