I understand where you are feeling the frustration and when you sit back then look at the overall picture and take into account the exotic and expensive cars that lose around 50% of the value once you drive them off the showroom floor you won't feel so bad. I had My 2019 R1250RT for just over 2 weeks and could not get comfortable on it the ergonomics were never going to work for me so I traded that back to the dealership I bought it from and to their credit they helped me with the change over price on the GTL, but no one ever makes money from a bike or car and yes they do lose you heaps it is more about losing the least amount you can by doing what you can to lessen the hurt of putting your hand in your pocket. My dealerships owner took a loss by helping me as I did by buying the GTL that I should have bought in the first place. Thankfully he looked after me the best he could and with the compromise we both come to a price that we were both happy with. I won't rave on but I could have kept the R1250RT that was a great bike so don't get me wrong, just it was not a bike I could get comfortable on and not willing to through good money after bad. I wish you all the best and to be honest, do the changes in small stages and you will love the bike once you get it where you feel more comfortable with it. Cheers and good luck stay safe.Thank you guys I appreciate your responses and I'm sure I will grow to really enjoy the bike. I agree with you TigerGA, the bike is considered used after being registered and riden. I would only clarify that I wasn't expecting them to return the bike so to speak, knowing that I would obviously be taking a hit, but I also wasn't expecting an offer of 16,800 either. At the end of the day I'll keep it and get it set up comfortably. Just a bit frustrated now is all.