Grüezi simonha, and welcome. As Martin mentioned i live in Wädi. Where are you living? I love your bike, but am quite surprised to see that you have an upgraded front brake already so I don't know why folks are suggesting a CNW brake to you. (It looks like a Norvil adapter plate to me). Do you know if it passed MFK with that fitted? If so and it's entered into the fahrzeugausweis I would definitely leave it as it is. I was forced to remove my Norvil brake and revert to the standard Norton Lockheed setup. Later I made my own brake upgrade, but still revert it for the MFK ( which it passed last week). I would take a look at the master cylinder, and see if it's been sleeved down to 13mm. If not get a sleeve kit from member madass140 or buy a brand new 13mm. one from Andover Norton (AN). Important - Check the rear brake lever has a return spring fitted. If it doesn't again get one from AN. If there is no spring and the cable snaps, the lever will instantly drop to the ground and you and potentially a passenger will both be launched into a low earth orbit. There are many upgrades you can do on a Commando, and us owners are extremely lucky that they are supported so well. The head steady modification is very worthwhile as it controls the lateral forces imposed on the whole isolastic system through corners (Personally i think the Comstock / CNW one is the best as it used the original mount points). The "Kegler" clamps on the swinging arm spindle are also recommended. If you still have the old shimmed Isolastics I would definitely recommend getting a vernier (as fitted to the MKIII Commando ) conversion kit. Again AN sell them, but there are other reputable suppliers such as RGM in the U.K. and as Martin also mentioned a few here as well. As the CHF / GBP exchange rate is so good at the moment I would advise comparing prices before placing an order with either. Cheers, cliffa.