Welcome to the group.
Few helpful hints, especially on the 02, is get very familiar with the starting sequence and look at investing in a tach, diy manometer, and either new pms screws or a small screwdriver to keep the carb running smooth and have all the power there is available.
You'll love the bike by the way.
The starting trick: put in second gear, roll the bike back until it is fully engaged in 2nd, kick to neutral and hit the start button (operate choke as nec). Seems long and involved, but due to the design of the one way starter clutch and of the starter, it will potentially save you upwards of $500 and a weekend if you do it yourself or whatever the dealer will charge.