Finished up with the coffee meet last night, and started heading home. All of a sudden, the needles on the dash lock up, then the whole dash dies. I slow down to try and figure out the problem and the whole bike dies. Luckily, Holster is going past and pulls over to help me out. We push the bike into the nearby crash repair shop, where people are still there at 11pm. Jump start the bike, then it dies again. Damn. Anyway, Holster left and I began pushing the bike home, but to my surprise, about 1/2 hour later, Rick turns up with the battery from his bike. We put that into my bike, and it starts, and manages to get me home. In the morning, ready for work, I turn the bike on, but to no avail. The bike is dead again. Pity, but I am now sourcing a new regulator in the hope that this solves the problem. So thanks to Holster and Rick for coming out to help me in the middle of the night. It's always nice to know that I have people around that can help.