Hi there New to Ducati's, new to this forum but not to riding. Been riding around the past 4 years on an MV Agusta Brutale and since i was predominantly doing multi day touring thought i should invest in something a bit more suited to long distances. Bought my 'new to me' 2015 1200S Touring in December and have spent the last few weeks personalising the bike. It's been a VERY busy few weeks The day i picked her up - flirty little thing.... They make a good pair - my Euro empire taking shape! I immediately proceeded to increase the standing velocity of the bike by 20 kph with the addition of rim tape. Easiest bang for buck performance increase! I fitted and modified a new Ducati rear topbox plate to fit the Givi tank bag quick release. I also fitted my Garmin GPS I bought the necessary cables and plugs, downloaded Melcodiag and proceeded to fault find the annoying DSS warning light (the frt accelerometer cable was pinched in the steering head area and causing an earth - i must have upset it when installing the GPS power). I also learnt how to strip the ENTIRE bike to get to the wires. A The front brakes are a bit 'grabby' and uneven. Thanks to info on this forum it also seems to be a common issue, so after cleaning the rotor bobbins, proper brake caliper cleaning, proper brake bleed and deglazing of rotors with fine steel wool i was forced to admit defeat and just received some Brembo replacements in the post. I will fit them this weekend Anyway - enough about me. Hope to learn lots and contribute as much as I can on this forum. I'm quite active on some others as well.