I allowed enough slack in the hoses that I can lift it out of the holder to fill it without disconnecting either hose. It still needs to be filled on the bike, but there's plenty of room and I can easily access the stopper on the side to do it. I only need to take the seat off to get to it. If it only needs filling every six thousand it's gonna take ma a looooong time to get through the amount of oil I have!What I found is that if you want to fill the reservoir, you can't pop it out of the holder to fill it on the bench. Reason is the oil line at the bottom which runs through a hole in the holder, and I've even got that oil line ziptied to the reservoir.
So instead I pop the breather connector at the top off, and with the extension nozzle on the oil bottle, fill it with the reservoir on the bike. Fortunately I have just enough space for that between the frame member and the fairing. And I found that I only need to fill the reservoir at the 6000 km service, and more often than not the fairing is then off anyway.
Don't overdo the bedding in. Lots of guys overheat them doing that and end up with glazed pads. Those days of hard bedding in were back when we bought Ferrodo DS-11's for track days in our sports cars.I changed out the brake pads I got from Richland Rich front and rear. Haven't had a chance to go break them in yet.
The brakes should be mo bettah now though.