I also joined the "stator club" at about 19800 ('08 model). Sorry -- I don't have pictures handy at the moment. Ended up replacing the stator (from RM stator), the rectifier (one leg dead; got the new one from RM stator, also), and the rotor (OEM from babbits). Note: I highly, highly recommend the very expensive handle/gripper tool and the puller for the rotor replacement. Also, get an impact wrench.
While I was half-way there I checked the valve clearances. The intakes were technically within spec, but on the tighter side. The exhausts were out of spec (except 1) toward the tighter side. After swapping them all around (with the help of a ProX shim kit and my trusty caliper), I got them all to sit in their respective comfortable middle ranges. (Pay attention to the warning about the chain tensioner in the service manual during all this.)
I also noticed that the underside of the fuel tank was getting surface rust so I sanded it down and added several coats of primer and topcoat. (Not perfect, but better than rust.)
New spark plugs, air filter, battery, gaskets (head, alt cover, thermostat), radiator hoses, along with fresh oil and water/antifreeze, and she is all but rebuilt!
The bike now runs but I still have two final projects. First, the decelerator cable has a few broken strands, so I'm going to replace that. The engine also has been getting "lopier" (is that a word?) along with rougher over the miles. (I also noticed the air switching valves were working properly but one looked much cleaner than the other -- not sure if this is related or even an issue.) I'm going to sync the throttle bodies when I get the chance.
Maybe I should have just bought a new bike?