Picked up the Dreamobile last Monday, rode 100km home with the missus in heavy rain , all good... The bike is so nice to ride, and an engineering wonder! Unfortunately during my break I spent a night in hospital with what turned out to be something a bit worse than a stomach bug which kind of ruined my plans, and am returning to work now not feeling all together well, so I didn't get to do much with the bike in general, but at least I had the chance to discover different ways to attach a solid bracket for the N5, 1) being attached between the instrument module and the cast aluminium dash panel, 2) being attached from links held by using longer pins which attach the windscreen to the swivelling arms, and one way that does not involve drilling any holes and will connect directly to the existing windscreen holder, this is the one I have chosen to fabricate out of stainless steel and will accommodate the tight space of the cockpit with the original windscreen but can be used with a larger aftermarket windscreen also. However, this is going to take me a little time since it will be quite permanent as I plan to have this bike long term, and want something more integrated with the bike, and so in the process of wanting to make them for others, I will need to make the necessary jigs so that a number of brackets can be made accurately and finished nicely, all the while working 4 weeks out of five, but once I have the jigs made, the rest will happen fairly quickly. For those who might be interested but may want something a little sooner, or have a roomier aftermarket windscreen and handy with tools, JHero has a much more simple, quicker and practical solution to get the GPS up to eye level.