Today a small box arrived for me from PJ's Parts in the US, so I spent the afternoon fitting my new grips, mirrors and bar-ends. The finish on the Rizoma gear is really nice with consistent colour across the grips and bar ends. The left grip has a pair of grub screws so it can be fitted without any glue, I found that I was out of loc-tite so I'll be re doing this tomorrow. The throttle grip presented a small problem when I went to fit it as the front half of the housing had a bulge in it which caused the grip to bind when I released it. The bulge wasn't apparent with the original rubber grip but with the aluminium one it made for an unwelcome ad-hoc cruise control. A quick hit with the dremel fixed the binding, but has left some scuffing that'll need a touch up later. The mirrors have an incredibly solid fit and don't vibrate at all while underway, which is nice after the horrid stock mirrors. The down side is that they are difficult to dial in, they have limited movement in the vertical axis which means that you need to keep adjusting the position on the bar to get them right. Once you have them set correctly visibility is great. One oddity that I found is that each of my mirrors has a different magnification, giving one a broader field of view than the other. Naturally I didn't spot this until after I had everything on. I double checked the packaging to see if I'd missed something, but they were identical part numbers so I guess this is just a manufacturing inconsistency. I swapped the mirrors over so that the one with the greater field of view is now on the right handlebar. The bar ends fit solidly and are an excellent compliment to the grips. I really like the feel of the new grips while riding, the indentations are quite comfortable for the ball of your thumb to rest in and I find that they are great to hang onto when braking or using the clutch lever as you can move your hand further forward without worrying that your thumb may slip (although this may not be a problem for people who don't have girly little hands like me). Overall I think these are a nice set of accessories for the bike. I'm happy with the look and the quality. PJ's Parts were good to deal with, they made sure everything was spot on before they billed me and used trackable postage so I could follow my parcel online.