Pretty stoked on how well this went, how good it looks, and how discrete it is! Got in a fight with the girlfriend so I went out and decided that today would be a good day to get some stuff done to the bike that I've been meaning to do for a while now. Went to the local autovalue and grabbed a few things, had to go to home depot for most of it but in the end I bought some goodies for a breather re-route. The 2010 breather, like previous years, will suck up dirt in the right conditions, I have proof of it when I checked my valves here; Above is a photo of the underside of the cam cover and the PCV flange. Clearly there is dirt, small amounts but dirt none-the-less. Nothing new to learn here but since I saw it with my own eyes on my own bike that I adore, I did some reading on what I could do. I found that the best way to re-route the tube is to T it off in which you can have an area for oil to collect in which it will not clog your PCV filter, and an area for the filter itself. I had seen quite a few pics of ones inside the air box, but since the 2010 airbox is so small I couldn't fit the filter that I bought anywhere inside it. Doing some thinking I came up with a good way to do this in which the PCV filter is high enough to stay out of the water/mud, and a low point for oil to collect, and a way to see that oil had collected in which it could be drained out. I also wanted to utilize the stock hose as it has bends and mounts already, and trying to bend bought hose can cause kinks, and can get really frustrating trying to route. Here's what I bought Most expensive part was the PCV filter at about 28$!!! It was the smallest I could find too, I wanted to go smaller but no dice locally here... It'll still work though. The fittings were about 1$ each and the hose about 4$ total. I used 1/2" fittings as they were widely available in the plumbing department and they were fairly close to the I.D. of the PCV tube on the bike. The clamps were about 30cents each and the T was about 2$. Total price was pretty good at about 40$. This can be done for less, I just couldn't find a cheaper filter, and the fittings I wanted in PVC plastic but I could not find 1/2" ID that small, only in copper/brass. Here is how I rigged up my oil collection tube and sight tube for the base of the stock hose The clear hose was used for a sight to see if oil had collected, I used a small copper plug (1/2") with a clamp on the end of the hose. When the hose collects oil and I can see it, I can release the clamp and drain. I could not find a valve that was small enough, all the valves were rather large even with 1/2" fittings and looked like crap, I wanted to make this as clean and discrete as possible. Below is a picture of the plug Now I had to fit the T fitting in a spot that would not have my new hose for my filter kink or bend too much, so I eye balled it, made some markings and did some cutting and found the perfect spot. Here is a better view of were exactly this is located on the bike I tried dicking around with the filter on the right side, seeing if there was a way to mount it but there was just no room. On the left side of the bike, behind the top of the left rad, behind the lower fairing was the perfect spot. Lots of room and hidden! Here is the filter behind the plastic, PERFECT spot!! I used a zip tie to mount it to the plastic, trying to keep it from falling out and/or banging on the rad fins. I chose to buy fuel injection hose because it was thicker, and it was less flexible, again I didn't want any kinks to develop in the system. The hose was 3/8 and the fittings are 1/2" for a really tight fit. So tight that I had to heat up and grease the hose to get it on the fitting. Pretty clean setup, I'm doing some other work so I couldn't start the bike and check it but I see no reason why this wouldn't work well. No more dirt in my cam cover or water in my oil ever again! Tell me what you think, or if you see any problems, please let me know.