My automatic cam chain tensioners went out on my '05 b4 10k miles. I simply replaced them with the TOC brand MCCT units. No problems since. Pretty easy replacement, too. With your bike, results may vary. You may have to replace these soon....or they may last quite a bit longer....who knows?
At 10K+ miles, the issue isn't solving problems, but preventing them. Consider adding a voltmeter (if you've not, already) to monitor the bike's charging system, and relocating your regulator/rectifier (again, if you haven't already).
When you replace your tires, upgrade to the maximum recommended sizes per the relevant threads elsewhere in the forum (or in my signature). Use a 45-degree valve stem in the back tire (this makes adding air there soooooo much easier....
) and add "Ride On" tire sealant to your new tires after about 100-200 miles on them.
After about 15k-20k miles, replacing the spark plugs with iridium-tipped plugs (like from NGK) will be pretty much the last set of plugs you'll need for the bike. Seldom if ever will these need cleaning, and the bike will start (and run) easier with them as well. Be sure to use an anti-seize compound on the new plug threads during their installation.
Since you live in south Florida, also be very vigilant against rust (again, per other more detailed relevant threads here). Whenever I park my bike for an overnite situation, the fuel tank is either mostly full or completely full, so rust doesn't have a chance to get started.
To keep seals and such from going south, and the battery from going bad (if you don't trickle-charge it), try to ride the bike at least once per week (but of course, preferably more). It's good for the bike, and good for you too....
Past that, it's mostly just adhering to that in the owner's manual & in the maintenance schedule, and using common sense (like keeping clean oil in the crankcase).