I'm thinking about purchasing a 2009 Spyder, but am very concerned after reading about the issues that some of you have had. I've owned several Harleys and am used to turning the key and riding and always making it home. I'm a 41 year old female and not mechanical at all. My husbands can change the oil, battery, small things on his Harley, but little else. The closest shop that could service the Spyder is about an hour and half from my home on very twisty mountain roads. Am I being paranoid? From what I've read, the SE has given more trouble. Since I want it to be more like a motorcycle experience, changing gears, etc. I'm looking at an SM model. How hard is the oil to change on one of these things at home? What's the chance of getting a good one that's not going to give me any problems and not be in and out of the shop? I REALLY want one, but don't have time or patience to be towing it back and forth to the shop.