I just bought a 2007 Goldwing with ABS and Navi. The bike had a few known issues when I bought it (ABS issue that was easily resolved) and an LCD display that was starting to depixalate. I found a replacement screen on Ebay from German Audio Tech out of Long Beach CA. I ordered the part with a lot of apprehension and with some instructive posts from this sight I was able to replace it and save over $1000 over ordering the factory gauge cluster (God knows if it's still available) . As a disclaimer I have to admit I have some experience with motorcycle repair, but I think it's fair to say that this repair can be done by anyone with some patience, basic hand tools and a steady enough hand to change a watch battery.