I ordered a DUC-EE early last week and it was delivered last Friday. So, decent service for a US to UK delivery. I had already started to experience a sticky exhaust valve at just 1800 miles and since my nearest Ducati dealer is now a 60 mile round trip I figured it would cost me less to just do this rather than take the bike to them for them to diagnose and then go away whilst they order a replacement exhaust ... yada-yada-yada ... you know the drill. Vizi-Tech don't have the 1260 on their website as yet, but I'd emailed them some weeks ago and enquired as to whether the XDiavel unit would work, and they confirmed that it would. So, I ordered that, fitted it and it works a treat. The servo plug is a little harder to reach than on the DVT, as it's buried right underneath a pair of similar looking plugs which are held in place by a rubber retainer, which is also fixed in place with it's own plug which is pressed in place into a hole in a bracket. It takes some effort to pull them out of the way, but don't worry about being too careful as it's a pretty robust setup and the rubber retainer goes back into it's hole with some positive effort. Once the pair of rubber-bound connectors are moved out of the way you just need a thin flat-blade screwdriver to lift the plastic lug on the servo connector and pull the ECU side of the connection free and connect the DUC-EE onto it instead. Don't be tempted to plug it into one of the same type of plugs that is contained within the rubber retainer as that for the suspension. You will get a DSS light on your dash (don't ask me how I know). No exhaust valve noises, no engine management lights on the dash. Starts easier, spins a bit quicker off idle and sounds better - all traits we know well from this product and ones like it.