This sounds like something that's been done, but has it? (It has.) Nevertheless I'm giving the question a fresh airing. As such an exercise may prove uncomfortable to volunteers, this thread is naturally a less Safe Place than Shameful admissions. However, a combination of The Queensbury & Rocky Rules, The Golden Rule, the code of conduct governing group psychotherapy sessions, and Shaun's Maxims should, out of a sense of decency, still apply: No low blows or sucker punches. You aren't entitled to comment on someone & theirs unless you've put you & yours out there first. Freudians should refrain from telling Jungians with whom they heatedly disagree to go frak themselves (and vice versa, though this is less likely to happen). click to approach, like you want to take it for a spin Much as I wish this was a beautiful, artfully lit and bokehlicious portrait of my beloved (I don't actually call it that, though it is), it's a lowly snapshot with a bucolic yet far too busy background. Sticklers for convention will want to see the chainring side, so this is for them: Your choice of saddlebag and contents may help others to draw conclusions, if the bike in question proves too much of a blank canvas.