Can't beat the price considered a brake light kit is included and pre-installed at the Givi factory. Another similar size case (E30 model) this kit can only be ordered separately and therefore the purchaser has to wire up the kit with rather poor written assembly instructions. I'd estimate assembling yourself would take about an hour or two of extra work using simple hand tools and some knowledge of electrical wiring. Worth it to me to avoid that hassle and have such a kit included and pre-installed already.
These are my second set of Givi racks as I have a set on my F650GS Twin. I got these to install on my wife's G650GS and they went on well, however, the instructions are very bland and lacking so I searched the web for a more detailed account of the install.
The product is fine, a bit pricey, but worth it in terms of interchangeability between bikes and the wide range of monokey cases offered by Givi.
......how good these bags are. Yes, they look nice & obviously they fit well since they're made for the V35 cases. I've had some generic RKA bag liners for well over 20 years and one of them is finally starting to come apart. They would also work fine in the V35 cases since I already tried them. Last time I checked they were about the same price. If I get half the life out of the Givi bag liners I'll say that it was money well spent.
Maybe, I am just so accustomed to OEM Motorcycle hard cases that I feel this is a cheap imitation of them. Has anyone left this case sitting in a 95 degree day? Well, I did and did not make it far when the first bump dislodged the locking mechanism. When I went to re-lock it I realized how soft the plastic had become even effecting the mounting base locking. Upgraded to a better quality case and now use this on my Bicycle!