No pic has ever come close to showing how beautiful the white/red 929 is in person.
Leave the wheels black. Stock is by far the classiest when it comes to 929s. Don't make a street whore out of it. Screen and can and are as far as I'd go. I like your Erion, btw.
Downfalls: Suspention. Send your forks and $1500 to Dan Kyle for a fork rebuild and an Ohlins. I did. Now, everytime I ride something elce, it feels cheap compared to my 929. It's that good.
The other downfall... for me... is the tank is a bit wide. My 47 year old hips start to hurt after my knees have been spread by a motorcycle fuel tank for a couple of hours. But that's probably just me. You seldom hear of anyone elce complain of hip pain when it comes to sportbikes. Usually they're bitchin about low clip-ons. Why? I don't know, but after I put HeliBars on my 929, it takes longer for the pain to set in. I'm weird. Alieve fixes what HeliBars don't.
I have 38,500 miles on mine. Nothing broke that I didn't break. No oil consumtion. No smoke. No rattles. Never been back to the dealer.
@440lbs fully wet, the 929 is still a light weight. 67 ft lbs torque. Aprox 130 ponies.
Don't get ham fisted coming out of corners, and you'll not have any problems.
Congrats. Really nice 929s are getting harder to find.