Hey Paul. I didn't mean to rain (or pee) on your parade with the 'wrap' comment but, knowing what DVLA are like, I can quite easily envisage that you might get pulled by the boys in blue for something that maybe warrants some 'words of advice' and their vehicle check makes it look like you've nicked or cloned the bike and you end up coughing for a nice fat bonus to DVLA's burgeoning coffers! I'm sure you get my drift. In a sense it pays all of us to keep DVLA informed of stuff like this as, in theory, it should make it harder for the bad boys to clone a stolen or unlawful vehicle. It's just a PITA that it has to be done, I guess.
Your IoW trip sounds interesting - I was supposed to go there week before last with a mate who has a Dook Street Fighter V4S. We were going to check out the new TT course but I discovered I had a dental appointment and didn't want to wait another 8 or 9 months to get a new appointment so I dipped out on the trip. He had a blast! Bar steward. If we get a decent spell of weather sometime this month I might just take off and get the ST over there for a couple of days and do the course. Being a retard means I can pretty much go when the fancy takes me ..... Oh, and IF the wife permits me!! Normally my bike(s) would be off the road by the end of September but the late start to the year means I have an extra month's 'allowance'! Chances of a decent mild dry spell aren't great in October but - never say never! We'll see.
I like the Sammy Miller museum a lot - I've been going there for as long as it's been open, and love it. He's usually around and is an amazing man. Last time I was there he was laying bricks for the then new extension! It was a few years ago but he's in his late '80's now so was probably mid '80's then! He's a remarkable man with some remarkable achievements - and he's (usually) quite approachable. Thoroughly recommend the museum.
You'd be welcome to pop in for a cuppa and chat, kick tyres and all that nonsense. I'm less than 10 miles off the motorway and near Tivvy, but I warn you, I can bore for Britain when it comes to talking bikes in general and Triumph in particular!!