Given we bought what I assume to be the most expensive motorcycle on a per- pound/kilogram basis that HD will ever make (worldwide inflation pending), I'd like those same issues addressed as well. My mirrors are upside down so I'm not staring at my arms and just guessing if there's anyone behind me. Without a gambling addiction, it's not as fun as it sounds. I even considered a small camera and handlebar mounted screen so I could just take the mirrors off. Underneith isn't ideal, but it works.
Regardless of the mirrors, the designed hole in the fender, and the lack of stuff to add to the bike (even clothing...what's up with that HD? That's easy money?), my beef is the same as many on this site who share in the thrill of this machine: the 12-volt battery dilemma. If I were to ask HD one single thing for all the money I paid for this bike, please fix the 12-volt battery management issues. Please!
If HD isn't monitoring this site, that's a shame. They ignored my letter to corporate last year as well, Oldun. Seems like Harley Davidson Corporate is running from this 12-volt battery issue. Even if they never read a word on this forum, never read our letters, never read my emails..., they have service departments keeping impeccable records on repairs that would be idiotic to ignore if you want to retain brand loyalty. There's no reasonable way to conclude that HD Corporate is unaware of this 12-volt battery management problem. Inconceivable.
My 2 cents, the world has changed. Bill Burr made that point years ago in a segment about how we all somehow got jobs at the grocery store, Walmart, etc. We're all now accomplished checkout clerks, thus eliminating the whole issue of customer service. Unfortunately for Harley Davidson, people spending this much have the right to expect Harley Davidson to respond. We have certainly done our part, Oldun!
Should the 12-volt battery become a plague to many more, there's always a class action lawsuit. It's one thing to ignore letters, this forum, emails... But it's an entirely different thing to be dragged into court in a very public way.