I found mine on the internet. I have a shop located 20 miles from home. I went and talked to the owner, he had an agenda for what I should buy. I knew what I wanted but he was pushing other bikes, that he had in stock, and I left frustrated, twice. Another dealer is located 40 miles from home in the town where I work. I stopped in several times and couldn't even get anyone to notice me and come talk to me. The last time I went to the counter to ask some questions and heard what they were telling the guy ahead of me and left shaking my head. I searched Cycle Trader to find a dealer who had both Kawasaki and Honda since I wanted to do a side by side comparison. I found a dealer about 75 miles from home who had both. I called and asked if they had the bikes I was interested in. They did and said to come down and they would set them side by side for a comparison. I was greeted as soon as I entered the shop and told to take my time looking around and just let them know if they could help. It just felt right. When I asked for a price on the 1500 Classic I was pleasantly surprised to get a great price right up front. No B.S. or pressure and I returned a week later and bought the bike. Even if the other two closer to home would have matched the price I would have bought where I did because I felt comfortable there. Is being comfortable with your dealer important to you or do you shop based soley on price?