Hi All! I was lucky enough to be selected as a representative of RHOK Industries in Brisbane. I've got a 2010 Raven R1, and I requested a yellow kit to match the gold rims and trim on the bike. Here are some photos from my installation. I'll put up some night time photos (and hopefully a video) as soon as I can find someone with a camera decent enough to record quality night time pics - mine from last night were all terrible. The kit was quite easy to install - but I do have quite some experience with mechanics and electronics. That said, with the instructions provided I don't think that anyone would struggle. Some hopefully helpful pointers: Measure twice, cut once. Don't rush. Take your time, do it properly once. Doing the installation before you have to be somewhere is a good way to rush it and make mistakes. It took me less than two hours, may take more or less time for you. The grey and orange plastic cable joiners seem flimsy, but they are actually quite strong. You need to pull the plastic lever 90 degrees upwards. It feels like it will break when you're doing it, but they are quite strong. Then insert the cable under the metal strip and close it again. This can be confusing if you've never used them before. Plan out where you are putting everything first. Make sure you've got enough cable, a switch (if you want one) and a secure way to mount it to your bike somewhere. Remember to leave enough slack for handlebars to turn, if you are mounting any cable or switches on them. Don't put any cables near anything that gets excessively hot (especially active cables!) and don't put them somewhere where they will get pulled or pinched (think: handlebars, swingarm joints...). Don't trust your girlfriends phone with all the photos when yours is under warranty repairs, they'll get erased and you'll have to pull your bike apart again to take new ones! So, here's some photos! Before the installation - note the shiny gold rims with no rim tape. Rim tape installed: UV LED pod installed on the rear swingarm (through the wheels): Rear swingarm cable routing - the cable travels up the brake fluid pipe, through the rear pegs (never taking them off!), and through the drainage gap into the rear seat chamber, where it passes through into the space under the seat next to the battery: Under the seats - you can see the battery and cabling. I spliced onto the rear tail light for a switched power source, and grounded directly to the battery terminal itself. Both front and rear LED pods are wired into here, saving valuable space under the rear seat. You can see the wires from the front wheel coming past the toolkit on the left. Front wheel installation - I removed the front wheel plastic and the reflector mount to clean them. From here, I put them back together and mounted the LED pod on the reflector bracket, as this was a smooth surface and very close to the rim itself. The cable is wrapped (and zip tied) around the brake fluid pipes again, and meet each other at the bracket which holds the pipes in place on the lowest clamp.