there are no skid plates, only rock guards; never try to put the bikes weight or bash into these flimsy shields. Ride this conservatively like a street bike on dirt, not an enduro, and you should be fine.
I disagree with many of the above:
dont Lower the bike, not at 5'10", especially for adv as it's already low clearance.
seat is pretty good. at least on 2015+. wait at least a year to see.
sprockets are fine. you don't want to cruise at even higher rpms don't you? you wont avoid clutching at low speed with a 4-5% sprocket change. waste of time, money and makes the speedometer accuracy even worse.
all you're interested in is already on the forum, so the best tip is use the search....
Oh, and welcome and congrats!