I need the help of all the DRZ Guru's!Background: 2008 DRZ400SM, 20,000 miles. I would say it has had a pampered life other than hauling my 240lb butt around. No wheelies, no clutchless shifts, No rev limiter bumps. Yes, I still managed to have fun on it!Anyway I was riding home from work today, approximately 50 MPH when the bike did a sudden hesitation. It was accompanied by the sound of a metallic crunch. I thought I had run over something. The transmission didn't lock up and it continued on. But it had a new sound to the engine. Something rubbing. I down shifted it to 4th and that was when the neutral light came on. I was close to home so I just putted along on the edge of the road. As I was pulling up to my driveway I instinctively click down a gear and let out the clutch. That's when the rear wheel locked up and I stopped. I no longer have a neutral. You can still shift through the gears. And the clutch still appears to be working since I have to use it to push the bike around. I'm still in denial. A Japanese bike with a transmission problem? Impossible! It's not even broken in yet!Do you have to split the cases to work on a bent shift fork (possible problem).Dana. Please help me get back on the road.