First time out this year. Sure did miss riding over winter. I bought a GPS garmin zumo450 around Christmas. I was wondering if I should have dealer wire it up or just have Best Buy do it. I wasn't sure if it would effect my warranty if BB does it. I got my Versys late July last year, already 2200 miles and lovin it.
You got all it takes to do that job yourself. Search this website for the wiring connections and go after it. I would resist the BB urge. If you do the work, you get to know your bike better, and if it fails you can fix it.
Anything but Best Buy or any audio shop! Those folks don't understand motorcycles, and a lot of them have the manual skills of an orangutan.
To do it right, the tank will have to come off to run the wires up front. I wish manufacturers would make an accessory socket standard equipment on all bikes, now that almost everyone has a need for one. See if your dealer will do the job.
I ran my wires along the side without taking the tank off. There's an existing wire harness down the left side that you can follow. I used a couple of zip ties to keep the GPS wires in place. (I did take the left side fairing off.)
Hope on Eastern Beavers site and order the switched wiring hookup for accessories. Couldn't be easier, and you have many options after that. Lots of info on this site. I with the above advice- stay away from BB. They might make your bike run backwards.