There should be some guy that just walks into Invader's office and says "Killed it." after he posts.
+1 so true....
If the convenience of having it delivered to your door is worth $10+ to you, I guess that oil changing "kit" makes sense. I'd just go to Wally's and get the Shell Rotella full syn (better oil than that Kawi stuff> dino? semi?) and a 7317 (pick the brand) filter for around $25 total; every other time it is under $20 (you only need 2 quarts) because there is half a quart left from the previous change.
I replaced my OEM brakes with the EBC HH pads and I believe they are just as good if not better than stock pads. I am curious why you need to replace yours so soon...10K miles and they are shot? I replaced my originals at a little over 20K and they still had at least 1/4 of the pad remaining, probably more like 1/3. Perhaps, your type/style of riding requires you to work your brakes harder...or you prefer to replace your pads once they get near 50%.
As stated, the more expensive SS line is the front, the other is the rear. I get the switch to a SS line in front; any improvement in the front brakes is worth it IMO. At my buddy's shop he always asks, "Honestly, are you using the stock brakes to their fullest potential now? No? Why do you feel you need more brake power then?"
The rear? I am not a big fan of a SS line in the rear unless it is just for appearance or "bling's sake?" Is there really a need more braking power from the rear brake
? Personally, I think rear brake is fine stock. For many (less than very experienced) riders, a more powerful rear brake presents more problems than solutions, IME.
As far as the 10K check...I'd also have a look at the air filter about now...it just might need a cleaning and servicing...