I thought I might take the bike to Urbana this time - 90 miles instead of 180 to St. Louis. But I called them, and they don't wrench on Saturdays. I called St. Louis, and I think they had a good suggestion, knowing the bike is for sale. If I were local - sure, swing by on a Saturday morning, eat a couple donuts, etc. But since it's an all day deal to go down and back, they suggested if I get any potential buyers, tell them the fuel strip needs replaced, they (the dealer) will verify it's under warranty, and if that's a deal breaker, then I can use a day off to run and get it replaced.
You know...you'd look good on Namibia Orange, Jack.