First of all I must say when I received the box containing all nuts and bolts I was a bit discouraged and was tempted to just put it back in the car and go to a garage to have it installed. Then I thought, ok let's go step by step and see how much I can get done.
2h30 later...both racks were installed (used lock-tight on all 10000 bolts). The only thing I didnt do is use the cable extension to run the turn signals further back. I want the bike to look stock when I take the luggage off.
The quality of the Trax is quite impressive. Haven't rod the bike with them yet, but tomorrow I'll be trying out the kit.
So far the only thing I can nit pick about is the locks (same key for locks that lock the case to the rack and locks that keep the lid closed). You cannot remove the key without locking it. And if you don't lock it you can't close it. Locking the cases on the racks is fine, but for the lid, when you often need to open, it might get annoying.
The quick-release SW-Motech EVO side racks are also top notch and they feel VERY sturdy. It says it can support 20lbs on each side, but feels like it could hold 50lbs no problem, and the quick-release system feels very robust and well thought out. You can take both racks off in about 30 sec literally and the small anchors left on the bike blend right in.
I bought the optional handles (that if you ask me should come included with the luggage). The cases come with waterproof interior bags, though this last version of the Trax is supposed to be 100% waterproof even without the lining.
I'll keep you posted after having used them on the bike!