As promised gents, I am currently engaged in connecting up the headlight wiring on my SE. I have poured over the relevant wiring diagrams and would like to say that they are beginning to make more sense but that would be untrue. The large blocks go together easily and only one way. Pic. 1 shows the turn signal earths hooked up to a double black. Pic. 2 shows the chocolate brown power wire from the new left hand short stalk indicators hooked up to a double chocolate brown. No, we are not colour blind! To add to the confusion, the power wire on Geoff's short stalk indicator is black. (Geoff's is the Aussie equivalent of Mikes). Pic. 3 shows the power wire from the right hand indicator hooked up to a dark green double. Both of the other wires in these doubles come from the left hand main harness. Pic. 4 shows the headlight connector attached to the harness. This is the old connector from my original headlight - seems better made than the Pommy replacement that came with the new lamp. I will fit the black to one of the spare locations on a double as, I assume, they are all earths. Pic 5 shows my dilemma. I have two blue wires coming down from the right hand switch. There doesn't appear to be a place for them. The double blue above them holds the tacho and speedo meter light connections as per the wiring diagram. The single blue below appears to come from the right side main harness. I am left with these two blues. The SE wiring diagram has the double with the meter lights hooked up but the wires from the switch don't appear 'til later, unless I'm reading the damn thing wrong. Should I reconfigure an end and join them together, (pointless I would imagine), or should I disconnect the single from the main harness, put one of the blue switch wires in that connection, fit the harness wire with a female bullet and join it to the other switch wire? The other issue I have is the way the new light is fitting into the ears. The final picture shows an angled gap where the ear rubber and the headlight damper meet. I would have thought that this mount would have sat flat but the ears seem to require this splayed look to accommodate the width of the headlight. The headlight is a quality original from Classic bikes in the UK so I assume it isn't too wide. Am I doing something wrong here? I trust all of my friends here on the Forum will enjoy their New Year celebrations, avoid excess and the ensuing New Year's Day personal recriminations and enjoy a safe and prosperous 2020.