The entire bike is in bits for service and check etc. once the motor was out, it only took a couple of hours to clean it up with degreaser and get the the head barrel and piston out. Then most of a Saturday to slowly measure stuff and recheck it and clean up valves and decoke head,I like to take my time over checking and examining stuff and comparing with the data on the service CD. Also cleaned up the outside of the head and barrel with a dremmel as mud seems to engrain into the castings very well. once the new vertex piston arrives and the gaskets, valve shims and stem seals etc, I'd probably spend another Saturday rebuilding it slowly. making sure its all oiled up well and torque up everything.
Swing arm has been regreased , forks and shock serviced by Dr Shox in Essex? New head bearings as the lower one was seizing ( water gets in thru the steering lock and rusts up the lower race) Frame has been resprayed and everything cleaned and checked.
Then it'll probably take a couple of weekends , or a week of evenings to rebuild it all.