Looking real good there Cindy!
Couple of finishing touches you might consider for those rainy days, don't know if you know about them..
The faded plastic, like on the neck covers and radiator cover, can be made to look almost like new by dipping them in oil. I use the used oil from an oil change. Plastic is a petroleum product and the oil seems to rejuvenate them. Dip them and hang them up to drip off the excess then wipe down good.
Also I noticed Orleans has an engine guard. I recently picked up a black engine guard for my project bike and I bet.. if you can get that one off, you could get it powdercoated. Powdercoating is a whole lot cheaper than chroming.
You have a bike that you can be proud of and you can say.. "I did it myself!" (with a little help from some of my shade tree mechanic friends)
Patriot Guard Rider
2000 VN750 Sere (Serendipity)
1990 GL1500 (Ole Blue)
1986 VN750 EVie (project bike, heavy custom)
VROC # 11628 / 25000-H
ARVROC # 12 Coordinator and Crowd Control
OKVROC # 18 (H)
TNVROC # 45 (H)