One new master fuse. Two tightened battery screws.
That's what it took to get the bike running. I did get her out tonight. No problems. Ran fine for all of the 10 miles I put on it. I even had another biker try to race me. I just sat at the stop light, let him race to the next red light and wait. I really don't have any interest in racing or even going that fast. I'll stick to 35-40 on the streets and 60ish range on the highway.
More riding planned tomorrow. I have to go to the pharmacy, up to school to get some work done, and then maybe, just maybe, some fun riding.