Ok, so I woke up this morning, took my bike out of the garage and it fired right up. Rode over to the library, was inside for about an hour and a half and went out to the bike. It fired right up. Rode to Everett and stopped to get smokes. Bike fired right up. Went to my friends house, parked for an hour while I used the computer, and ............ BLAH. The bike wouldn't start. I turned the key, pushed the starter and heard a medium (in volume) pop. And.........NOTHING. The bike won't start. I turned off the bike, pulled the fairings from the right side, opened the case cover and turned the bolt with a socket wrench. It turns freely, so the engine isn't seized. I put it all back together, turned the key........ and now it makes the "chaggg-uggggg, chaggg-ugggg" sound like the it's trying to start but just won't catch and turn over. So I thought maybe I might have flooded my engine. I let it sit for a little while (approx 45 minutes) and went out to try it and it did the same thing. It made the "chaggg-ugggg" sound like it was trying to start, but wouldn't. So I turned the key to the "off" position and the bike still kept trying to turn over. Once I took the key out of the ignition the sound stopped. The problem is....... now I have now electrical to my bike. When I turn the key to the on position, nothing happens. No power, no lights, nothing. Other than the smartass answer of "scrap the bike and get a new one," (which I have seriously considered doing) what are some possible solutions I can do to restore power and get the bike to start. In the last 2 weeks I've replaced the oil, oil filter, spark plugs, and air filter. So I don't know what else to try. Any suggestions/solutions??