Well...I've had a crash (but I'm ok).
In stop and go traffic. Car behind and to the left is honking at me (I think she was trying to tell me that she was going to let me in because I had been looking back a few times to see if there was a clear spot). I look behind me to see wtf the car keeps honking about just as the car in front of me stops. I was more to the left of the car, so I took the left side of their bumper with the right side of my fork at relatively low speed.
Fork tore off a big chunk of bumper and then the bars slammed into the taillights. Dude wasn't mad...I could be wrong but I am pretty sure there was already a dent on that side of his bumper that I saw while following...so he probably gets free bumper replacment for a previous accident here (and I would 100% be replacing both it and the taillight regardless of previous damage).
I broke the control housing where the throttle cables come in, as well as the throttle cables themselves. Some scratching on the fork where it took out the bumper. Lost a turn signal and damaged a mirror, but I was about the replace both of them anyways Then when the bike fell over on its left side, it bent the shift lever, scraped the peg, and broke the tip of the clutch lever off. Don't think there is anything else major on that side (front signal and mirror were already on the replacement list)...pretty sure the small dent on the tank is the one that has been there since before I bought it.
Bike was ridable, but obviously a ton of resistance on the throttle cables from the kinked housing. Shifter was awkward but still operable with my foot. Rode it back home on side roads and took the train to work.
Bruised my thumb, but otherwise I think I am 100% ok. Will have to look at my gear when I get home...not sure if my helmet made contact with the ground...will look to see if there is any scuffing on the other gear.
Most of the repairs should be ok. Will see if I can bend back the shift lever, Clutch lever should be easy to find, and it works fine as-is. Only thing that might be a PITA is the right control unit...I'd like to stick with an OEM one...I see a few on ebay but they aren't in great shape and I think I have a limited span of model years that are compatible.