As I have tinkered with my Wing over the past few months, I noticed a strange tendency for dropped nuts and bolts to disappear into my bike, never to be seen again. At first, I thought it was just bad luck, but over time I became convinced that gravity was acting strangely near the bike, causing dropped fasteners to be unexpectedly drawn into the darker regions of the bike totally inaccessible to anyone other than the high priests of Gold Wing internal medicine. So, this weekend, I tested the theory. I removed the seat from my bike, backed 5' away from the bike, raised a screw above my head, and dropped it. Sure enough, despite everything I had been taught about gravity in high school, the fastener moved HORIZONTALLY 5' before dropping into the exposed guts of my motorcycle. I saw where the screw had disappeared, but after a 30 minute search with a flashlight, I could not locate the screw. It had been "digested". Instead of my usual technique of dealing with this situation, typically involving various colorful expletives, I decided to capitalize on the phenomena. I am currently working on a machine that will, at the push of a button, grasp the Wing, lift it a few feet off the ground, turn the bike upside down, and shake vigorously until a lifetime of lost fasteners has stopped accumulating on the ground under the bike. I call it the "Wing-o-matic", coming soon to a Honda parts dealer near you.