MTS, I totally recommend looking into an air-bag jacket. The second leading cause of fatal motorcycles accidents (from what I've been told) is when ribs break and puncture the lungs and/or heart. These jackets help reduce that risk by inflating along the front and back, around the neck, and down at the tail bone. The Hit-Air jackets fully inflate in about 1/4 of a second and are partially inflated sooner, providing some protection even before it's fully inflated. They work when the rider gets separated from the bike. There's a tether that activates a CO2 cartridge. If the jacket gets activated, all you have to do is wait a few minutes and the CO2 slowly escapes, snap a few panels back together, replace it with a new cartridge (which is very reasonably priced), and your good to go. You'd think I'm a salesman for them or something...I'm not. I just really believe in the product.
Check out you-tube videos and safermoto.com. Sometimes you can find them used on ebay or craigslist at a good price.
2011 Imperial Red
Givi V46 / V35's SW Motech mounts
Skidmarx hugger Moto Werks bar riser
Mondo Motors LED Driving Lights
A little bit of road rash