First, a very warm THANK YOU to all of you who consistently contribute your knowledge and expertise! Though I have only recently joined the forum as a member, I've been a faithful follower of the many forum threads since I stumbled upon HD Talking in June of 2007. That was the purchase date of my first Harley, a 2007 Fat Boy. I have recently traded the Fat Boy for a 2009 Road King, and I couldn't be more impressed! Though I absolutely loved the Fat Boy, the RK is a terrific bike. I now understand all of the rave from those who ride the touring line! I'm posting for the first time to say thanks to all who have provided tons of insightful information that have helped me make many decisions over the years. Though I'm certainly new to all of you, I feel as though I know so many of you from the thousands of posts you've offered. I'm also posting to vent some of the anxiety having just emptied the wallet once again on a set of Mustang seats (solo, rear, and bib), a TFI unit, and a heavy breather. It's all your fault!! Joking of course. Having had the Mustang seat on my Fat Boy, it was time to make the switch on the Road King. Have only 1,400 miles on it so far, and that was 1,400 miles too many without a Mustang set up. The seat should be here by the weekend. My behind can't wait! I'm 6'2", 270 lbs, and the plastic stock buckets just can't go the distance. The TFI unit is a complete unknown for me, but having spent hours reading all of the posts regarding this unit, I'm convinced it's the way to go. Glider, thank you especially for presenting this unit (and defending it!). You were right, Chris was a terrific guy to deal with! BTW, they are still offering the discount to forum members. (Yes, I confess that was part of the reason for finally becoming a member!) TFI will be here by the weekend as well. Nervous, and excited at the same time. I've always done my own work, and will continue to do so, thanks to all of you. Lastly, Smitty and Hobbit, the two of you finally tipped the scales in my book to go with the heavy breather. Absolutely love the look, and based on your reactions, couldn't resist! Picked it up last night. Can't wait to get at it later this week! My apologies for the length of the post, but I finally had to weigh in. Guess it's been building for two years! I plan on taking photos of the entire process, if any are interested, and will post once I figure out how. Glider, am I correct in that I must have several posts before being able to do so? Thanks once again, and please keep up the excellent support and info. Much appreciated!