Not exactly today, but I recently put some Wunderkind goodies on. Firstly, the good-looking and super-grippy Pro-Taper footpegs didn't really work out for me. My 6'4" composure didn't match the quite broad and almost completely level design, resulting in too pointy an angle of the foot, and poor ergonomics shifting gears.
The Wunderkind pegs solve these two issues. And them being a bit shorter, and of quite a small diameter which I was a bit afraid of, hasn't bother me at all.
While I was at it I got their stylish alloy "what-ever-You-call-them-in-english" for the gear and shift levers too.
So much for ergonimics, and style. Next stop protection, withe their frame and fork sliders.
I left the plastic lids off the frame sliders, think it looks better. And yes, I will replace the exhaust bandage! Any day now...