The centerstand, for example, that I had fitted for a spell—I would recommend that any day of the week. It’s a good upgrade on any sport-tourer but seemed to suit the AT especially well. Next, if you’re going to swap windscreens, be exceedingly careful about the rubber grommets that the mounting screws thread into. It’s way too easy to push them through to the depths of the front bodywork, and you have to take it all apart to get them out. If you’re in there, might as well go a couple of steps further and clean the air filters. It’s a pain, because they hide behind the monikered side panels, but it’s a good process to learn if you’re an owner, even though I never found them particularly dirty.