I took advantage of the free-falling Euro and ordered the Podia skid-plate from MotoAgora in Greece. Thanks to the exchange rate change in favor of the dollar it's dropped from well over $300 to about $270 shipped and dropping as the Euro continues it's death spiral. Not cheap to be sure, but for the first time comparable to other belly pans. I'm setting up my K9 650 for sport-touring so I have no need for a heavy off-road bash-plate. The Podia is light, solid enough for a road bike's needs (not for serious off-road use), and looks good on the bike. It's also the only skid-plate I've seen for the Wee that allows you to change the oil and filter without any removal or loosening. It fits various crash bars, in this case shown with my Givis. After looking at just about every skid and bash plate available, I felt like this was the best option for me. It also takes care of the Wee's big-bike-little-engine look and gives it a more substantial stance. Shipping to California took about 10 days.