Fellow TTalkers- Is it me, or are the same questions being asked over, and over, and over again? If I see another "how do I remove the throttle stop" (umm, you don't remove it- you cut it!) or "what should my jetting be..(with no additional info), I'm going to scream. To the new guys: SEARCH ON YOUR TOPIC BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION!!! I know a modem can be slow (so get a cable modem ), but wait for the search to come up. You will be glad you did! Don't mean to be rude, really. We were all new to this bike at one point, and there's never a dumb question of course. But practically every "newbie" topic has been covered, many times in great detail. It's getting boring reading the same old questions. I don't want to answer them anymore, mainly because someone else just answered the same question within a few weeks. Now, that's not who I am, blowing off questions, but it's getting old. Who wants to volunteer to help me create an FAQ that is easily understood by a new person? Ergo's, jetting, and initial setup seem to be the least understood by a newbie. I can cover initial setup (pre-ride maint, basic jetting, basic free/low cost mods both for power and longevity), brakes, and diet plan pretty easily. Anyone <cough, James D, cough> want to help with jetting? How about tall ergo's <cough Brian M, cough>. And suspension <James, Boit, Jeremy>. Maybe have Clark read 'em over and make sure we're on the level. Whaddaya you guys think?