I bought my drz end of last season an it was pretty cold when i brought it home so I only rode it twice before parking it for the winter. Which was fine because it was a little tall for me but still manageable. So over the winter I sent my seat to fisher saddlebags to have it modified. Fisher's main focus on seats is widening them an making them more comfortable but will basically do whatever you want. I had mine lowered, widened just a little bit, and softer foam added. They also removed a liitle bit more foam by the tank so you can hug the tank more. So far i love the seat, its really comfortable but i havent gotten alot of rides in on it yet. However I dont think it quite as low as I had planned, I requested 2 inches but I feel like its maybe only an inch lower but it stil helps and i like it. I feel like it was a good balance between looks and comfort, any wider and it would take away from the look of the SM. Also over the winter i didn't have the DRZ on a tender at all an the battery died. I put it on a charger and some testers at my work but the most i could get out of it was less than 1 volt. So while i had the seat off I installed a new battery. I wanted something different an figured it was a chance for an upgrade so i went with a Shorai LFX battery. I was really amazed with the packaging and weight of the Shorai. The install was super easy and they inlude all the adhesive foam to fill the extra space in the battery box. After i installed it the bike cranked over effortlessly and fired right up. Heres how it comes packaged with foam, stickers, terminal hardware, and instructions. Foam blocks installed. The battery installed and the old battery for size comparison.