Just got back from a 2200 mile 4 day trip and went to take the wife on a day trip with some friends. Drove 10 miles to meet up with everyone else. Went to start the bike and I take off, it stalls. Start it up and it sounds like it's got a dead cylinder (doubtful, but just sounds that bad), so I rev the engine a little bit and all of a sudden, some smoke coming from the coil pack. Found a little plastic charring but only see some sign of some melted plastic around the edge of the coil pack. Can't figure out why it would melt. Nothing around it hot enough, so I assume it was internal to the coil pack. Turn the key on, and what I had always assumed was the fuel pump spitting fuel before I cranked it no longer makes noise/comes on. Removed the PCV to see if that had anything to do with it, but the bike still won't start. Not sure if it's coil pack or fuel. I'll have to call the dealer on Tuesday when they open to see what is happening. I hope they don't say since the PCV was on the bike, it basically voids the 6yr warranty I have. But glad this didn't happen on the 2200 mile trip and only happened 10 miles from home.