So I just bought a second hand bike from a dealer in Springwood, Brisbane and have noticed a few inaccuracies in the paperwork and the bike. I don't have much experience with dealing with this stuff so I'm after a little advice over how hard and what tone to chase these guys with. 1. Dealer stated in our email discussions the bike had had it's 1mo/800km service completed. Upon getting the bike home and pulling the books out and having a read nothing has been stamped as being completed. 2. I noticed the bike is registered as a Speed Triple and not a Street Triple. It's the original label from the 1st owner so it was ****ed up in Feb when they bought the bike. 3. I bought some paddock stand bobbins on delivery which they handed to me (Ie I didn't pick them off a rack) and they don't fit. The packaging doesn't say which model they're actually for. Just that they're official Triumph parts. 4. The comprehensive insurance the dealer organised for me spells my name incorrectly (after he confirmed the spelling correctly for me while he did the paperwork). It also incorrectly lists my one accident as being >1yr more recent than I stated. Premium they organised is good though. 5. The whole time the bike was discussed the dealer referred to it as a 2012 Street Triple. Which is only half wrong. Manufactured in 10/2011 but is MY12. This doesn't bother me too much, it is just another annoying example of them not checking ANYTHING. On half the paperwork it's a 2012 model. On the safety certificate it's a 2011 Daytona 675. On the plus side - the bike is immaculate and I'm thoroughly in love with it. All this associated stuff is just leaving a really sour taste in my mouth! If they got all this other stuff so wrong, what else could be! Advice?