Well, I finally got it over with. My first (and hopefully last) tip over on my new XCT. Was at the Credit Union getting some cash from the ATM and moved to a parking spot. To my dismay, when stopping, I felt nothing underfoot. The ground sloped drastically to the left and down she went. I flew off into the grass next to the parking spot and laid there for minute wondering just what in the heck happened. Looked at my bike and there she lay...almost on her back (the slope in the parking spot was that dramatic). Got up and put the wheels on the pavement and tried to pick my baby up. Not a chance with the angle and it took a passerby to assist in getting her upright and on the kick stand. Once on the kickstand and alone once more, it took me several minutes and lots of grunting and groaning just to get the bike upright off the kick stand. That is how bad the slope was on the parking spot I had chosen. I feel quite scatterbrained for not checking the lay of the surface before entering the parking lanes. I chipped and scratched the paint on the hard lower (left side) and falling over slid the lower up into the clear wind deflector. Scratched the lower there as well. The front fairing has some paint missing right on the edge where it dug into the pavement. Clutch lever broke off at the break point and still works though. Today I'm sore as the dickens, but glad it went down in a parking lot and not while moving. I will say the left hard bag was untouched -- the bar that protects the hard bags works GREAT!!!! I do have some scratching on the crash bars themselves, but it will actually buff out really well as there isn't much (if any) damage to the bars. If she hadn't gone over so far, the crash bars would have prevented any damage to the plastic parts at all. Now all I have to do is figure out whether to get the scratches repainted or just get a new hard lower. The left side of the fairing should be okay with just some touchup paint. I'll head on down to the dealership tomorrow and see what they can come up with. Hope it doesn't cost me an arm and a leg to get it repaired. Stay tuned boys and girls....news at eleven. Well, we'll see.