I don't have more money than brains. If I did I'd have a $26,000 Harley that can't compare to my Raider at all in any way. So being with a limited bugdet and some resourcefulness to dress out my bagger and add some little things to help out, I came up with a few things that might be of use to other members. The nut cover is a silconed binocular lens cap. Cruise control is an o-ring that simply overcomes the return spring, but doesn't effect ridability. The generic trims from Autozone can really be stuck almost anywhere. The backrest is made from a cut up stock Raider buddy seat to form the custom solo-pad. The seat flaps are from scrap leather and chrome bullet accents from a local arts and craft store. The mud flaps under the bags are rubber pads from Lowes that I cut to form a flowing curve to show off the shape of the Corbin hard bags. Putting your gas cap on the front brake lever slot will keep it off the pump and seat where it eventually falls from, hitting the pavement. Rerouting stock hydraulic lines behind the front end gives you a good bit of extra length, if you're thinking of changing bars, and rerouting the throttle cables is easy too. Also use fine grade bronze wool to finish cleaning off your chrome and to remove your wife's melted shoe marks from your pipes. If I had deep pockets I'd do a few things differently but not much different. The money saved goes along way elsewhere, like trips to our recent rally in Asheville NC to meet the great members on our forum. No regrets at all!