Boy, it's tough to get a little sympathy in this group. I WAS THE ONE THAT (almost) GOT RUN OVER BY MR. KEEN! But who sez, "Hey Cowboy Bob, how are you? How's your GT?" Nobody, that's who. Bah.
Actually, I just got a check from Lynn's insurance carrier for over $2,500. My GT was rideable (and still is) after the incident, but it may have suffered more damage (in $$$) than Lynn's GS! I lost my rear fender, have a dented muffler (BIG $$), and the hit taken by the muffler (from Lynn's front tire, I assume) twisted the rear sub-frame of the GT. Parts are on order, but thanks to Steve's reattachment job on my license plate, I'm still riding it. Runs great.
I have an early November appointment at Touring Sport to fix the damage. While the bike is apart, I'm also having a Centech fuse panel installed, two additional Powerlet 12 volt outlets (without a 5 amp limitation so we can run 2 Gerbing jackets), and an Autocom intercom. A tank bag, and a small black Givi rack for the top of the trunk box, and the GT will be all set for my kind of touring (already have KonTour seats for rider and passenger). Installation of the new airbox and a computer mapping upgrade will complete the job, scheduled for 2 days.
BUT here's the absolute best part: Lynn wasn't seriously hurt.