Ok here is the situation........was starting to notice my battery voltage dropping below 12v when I turn on ignition and after the fuel pump primes. I know my on-board meter is accurate, and I can also tell by how weak the starter is turning over, that the voltage is most certainly correct. Really weird thing is that my voltage is below 12v even if I start immediately after unhooking my battery tender, I have also tried my spare charger and there was no change. So I bought a new battery in hopes that was the issue.......no change. Once the bike starts and I go ride for a bit, the standing voltage upon fuel pump prime and ignition on is "always" around 12.4 volts and the engine turns over like I would normally expect. I just disconnected my Zumo 390 from my "un-switched" circuit on the PC8, there is now nothing un-switched and going directly to the battery other than my pigtail lead for the battery charger. I am hoping it was the Zumo cradle somehow being a voltage vampire, there is what looks to be a voltage regulator for the Zumo as it doesn't hook directly to the battery. But.....why/how could that be a potential issue, when I am still seeing a voltage drain even after being hooked up to a battery tender? This only occurs after the bike has been sitting for at least 24 hours, whether hooked up to charger or not, after riding the voltage stays above 12 volts no problem at rest. Any ideas as to what in the hell is going on?? I have a new recalled stator, but still have the same OEM shunt R/R.