Apparently the insurance gods have seen fit to get the R6 repaired, and I don't know how I feel about that. Geoff Taylor will give me a ewe-beaut Yoshi carbon slip on to replace the broken pipe (Jason you were right, OEM *is* more expensive) and smaller, blacker bits, but parts will be on back-order, and it's still a repair job. They quoted 9 grands worth of damage, and riding the bike home after the stack the chassis, swingarm, and suspension all felt fine. Every bit of plastic was munted or missing though, headlight assembly rooted, basically anything that didn't comprise the heart and soul of the bike was a bit broken. Now while the estimate will be a little padded, and include labour, does this sound about right? They're not allowed to straighen frames or swingarms and such, correct? Has anyone had major damage repaired by the fellas there, and how did they feel about the results?