I was installing my Hogtunes Tweeter Pod yesterday and had something hilarious (to me anyway) happen. First of all, I don't have the right hand/finger structure to be working with screws and washers in tight spaces. In my wife's words, I have Fred Flintstone fingers! Of course, as I was attempting to install the final screw/washer combo through the fairing from the inside, the screwdriver slipped and everything came tumbling out. I actually caught the washer but the screw disappeared. I assumed it got caught in the nightmare wire complex that resides inside a batwing fairing. Got out my reading glasses and a flashlight and proceeded to comb through all the wires looking for the screw. No luck. Got on my hands and knees and began to search all over the garage floor - under the bike, the jack, everywhere! No luck. Went back and looked in more obscure places in the fairing and all over the front end of the bike. No luck. I was all set to pull out the other screw and head to the hardware store for a matching replacement. Took a deep breath and decided to do one more look. Don't ask me how I missed it in all my previous searches but I found it - sitting there in plain view stuck to the magnet of the speaker on that side! I knew I hadn't heard it hit the floor but I totally forgot about how strong those speaker magnets are. If you ever drop something metal in your fairing, be sure to check these magnets!