Thanks folks! I can already tell I'm going to like this bike. Talk about easy to work on.
Got it into the garage and starting going over a few things.
Momma says this is why I don't have nice things...
I tried to figure out how to disconnect the turn signals and hand control wires, but couldn't find them buried in the loom. So I pulled out the POS Power Commander III (up for sale soon) and tidied the front wires up a little bit. Much gooder.
She had sporty shocks on her so those had to come off and stock Dyna shocks put back on.
The guy was also not running rear turn signals so I had to install those. He also forgot to include the little standoff chrome jimmer jammer (technical term) so I had to get a little creative. I'll figure out how to clean up the wires later, but this works cleanly for now.
A lot of cleaning, some more wiring - he cut the fuel gauge wire when he removed the tank, dumb ass - a little de-stickering, and popped the old man's air cleaner cover back on. And it started up after having everything ripped apart!!
So I've been a Harley owner for all of 12 hours now and I think I'm on a good start! More to follow as I keep working on stuff. I can't help myself and will constantly be messing with this bike.