Along with the above suggestions (Butler mug 32 oz and NM are a no brainer), you might consider passenger armrests (we did Kury's since they had the built-in cup holder). And some Baker-Built mirror wings to knock off most of the air from your hands and most of the buffetting to your SO.
Oh yeah, and the ugliest Kury rack bag you can find. The orange one in my sig pic has about 100,000 miles on it and nobody has stolen it yet!!!! LOL. Really it looked pretty good on the Black Valk, looks like warmed over sh^t on the Wing but who cares???!!! LOL
I would say the first thing to get is a Kasin Tailbalzer-25LED-D.
It is designed for Goldwing 1800 models with the spoiler LED light-bar,
Then Muth Mirrors with the blut tint, Amber fog light covers from EC and a back rest.
I like safety items first, then let the chrome begin. :thumbup:
Take a small compressor (you need to get wired for it). There was a thread a day or 2 ago discussing ways to top up tire pressure and/or put air into a tire that may need repair or replacement. Some people talked of carrying bottles of CO2 and slime. I was lucky enough to find a small compressor that fit nicely into the small part of the saddlebag compartment nearest the taillight. It doesn't interfere at all with the saddlebag liners.
Oh, and take your GWRRA Goldbook - the contacts can be invaluable, especially when you're far away from home.
I am not surprised at some of the suggestions.
How about a cute well built blonde with a large set of built in backrests for you (heated), that fits well on the back seat. Is willing to learn, and has plenty of money to share with you.
That doesn't mind sharing you with her girlfriends.
The goldbook is published by the Goldwing Road Riders Association. The largest Goldwing riders group in the world. You get the book along with your membership when you join. Look for a chapter in your area. I'd suggest googling GWRRA CHapter and then your city or the nearest large city to your location. They are friendly folks and would be glad to help you.
Here is their website - you can search for a local chapter.