In Estonia it is at least a full month till riding weather, so what I have done in these days to my new 2019 bike is this (first chance to work on the bike as I only bought it mid last season):
1. Strip all the fairings and remove the tank mainly just to get comfortable with the procedure if I need to do it roadside on my future travels.
2. While at it, re-route my Oxford Heated Grips wires and tuck them properly under the tank with the main harness.
3. Practice headlight bulb change with fairings on so I can do it roadside in 30 seconds in the future. While at it, swapped the OEM Osram Original line H7 bulbs for Osram Night Breaker Silver.
4. Used heat gun to remove the salad green stripes from the rims and fairings, now my bike is just silver and black, I never liked the neon(ish) bling-bling.
6. Before all the above, actually, installed some 8 mm bolts with lock nuts to act as swing arm bobbins and started using a paddock stand. As Mk3 V650 has ABS leads running below the swing arm right side, you cannot just use the "support from below console type" rear stand. Good thing to learn, had to buy some adapters.
7. Checked wheel alignment with the chain alignment tool and found it to be straight, however this means that the swing arm marks are not accurate. I am thinking of gluing a new scale on top of the original marks so that in the future I would not have to measure or come back to a single known good point.
8. Confirmed that 12000 km on the original D222 tires has worn the rear quite square but there is still life left in it, can do another few thousand km if needed
9. Fitted 35 mm bar risers
10. Fitted phone mount bar between the windshield stays
11. Cut and shortened the arm holding the reflector below the number plate, reflector is now right below the number plate and tail looks better
12. Removed the amber side reflectors from the front mudguard, I know it is some EU safety regulation but that is ugly crap.
13. Swapped rear number plate lighting bulb and DLR bulbs from 5W incandescent to 1W LED, gentlemen, that is a whole 12W in power savings