G'day guys, I bought an unregistered Spada with last year's tax money from Gippsland, and have spent the last year gathering funds for a RWC and rego. I was only given one set of keys with it, and in a monumentally stupid move managed to lose them and probably throw them out when I recarpeted and painted my room in March. Although I could have had a new key cut, the ignition switch was bothersome in the first place and the seat cover was a separate key, so I decided to buy a new lockset online (less that half the cost than from a wrecker!). Anyway, long story short I now have a lockset with two brand new keys, the Spada workshop manual and the bike all together. However, I'm starting to feel a bit overwhelmed, having had a look at the procedure to swap out the ignition barrel. So. Is it worth a bit of DIY? I consider myself as a bit of a tinkerer, but would it be a smarter move to get a mechanic to do the work for me? From what I can tell, the handlebars need to be removed, then the instrument panel taken out too before I can change the ignition barrel. The fuel cap is just three allen bolts but I suspect the tabs on the underside of the locked cap have a firm hold of the inside of the tank. And as for the seat lock, I don't even know where to begin, with the latch being simple enough but hidden well under the lip of the seat. Advice?