I know the manual states to use the key ignition to turn off the bike, and the cut-off switch is only to be used for emergencies. Does it have to do something with the Bobber's electronics in that using the cut-off switch will damage something? I know a lot of people including me, were always taught (from MSF courses) to always use the cut-off switch first, and then the key. (However when I took the MSF course it was like 20 years ago, so don't know if they've changed anything - but that was what they taught). I do like keeping both hands on the bars when turning the bike off. Plus if you're on any kind of incline, I would definitely like to keep my right hand on the brake (trying to reach down to the key location doesn't bode well for those types of situations). Does anybody use the cut-off switch? Or if that is bad, would using the kick stand (which cuts off the engine when down) be a better option? Thanks for your input!