Hey guys, About a week ago I picked up my CB400 and along with it I purchased an rLink alarm. Was looking to get one of these for a while, even for the megelli but never got around to do it. Though if I am going to spend a bit more on a bike that I plan to keep for a while I might as well invest in some security. The alarm comes with the following features: GPS tracking – allowing you to track where your bike is and ride locations and speed Tilt, shock and perimeter sensor Siren App compatible with iPhone – you can view all the information and arm, disarm, panic and locate your bike from your phone remotely. Push alert for iPhones – if an alarm goes off it will notify your phone RFID remote – allowing for auto arm and disarm Battery voltage monitor and other battery saving features The dealer installed the alarm before i picked it up, though I was happy to do it myself, from what I can tell all you need to do is wire it into the turn signals on each side, attach it to the battery and the hardest part is to find a place to mount everything. The alarm needs to be mounted where there are no metal objects above it, blocking it from recieveing GPS and communication signal. First thing I did with the bike was play around with the proximity sensor. The alarm comes pre-adjusted from the factory; however I found this too sensitive for my liking. The alarm would pick up moving objects within 2m and that seemed too far from the bike to be concerned. The second thing was to adjust the shock sensor. With the factory setting I was able to shake the bike by the grab handle without the alarm going off. However you may not want to turn it up too high as wind from passing truck may set the alarm off. I love the auto arm and disarm function, simply having the remote within range the alarm will not go off until it is out of range. The range however is not far and really shouldn’t be. You also have the ability to turn the auto arm and disarm off, but unless you’re by your bike working on it, I really don’t see a need to do so. You are also able to check whether the bike is arm or disarmed off your phone, however after an hour, the alarm goes into power-saver and you are unable to do so. You will however still be able to see detail on the bike, and once it detects a threat the power-saver turns off. The instruction manuals are very clear on instructions on how to adjust and play with all the components of the alarm. I also found rLinks service very helpful, responding overnight to my emails. The alarm cost $11USD or so a month for the tracking features, which I found reasonable. The alarm also lowered the cost of my insurance so over time would probably pay itself off. It can also be easily transferred from one bike to another when upgrading. Feel free to ask any questions, I know this is a poor right up but have some time during uni break so though I should help people out.