I watched my tech do all these jobs - I needed my service book stamped as it's been blank since before Covid. Having now witnessed all these tasks, I will certainly do it all myself next time, and save my cash for the big stuff like valve clearances. I had thought that a brake flush might be complex on the K1300S ( as I think it was on my old K1200RS?) but the tech simply syringed out the old fluid from both masters, and pumped through the new fluid, with a special non-return bleed fitment on each bleed nipple in turn. Didn't access any of the ABS system, so 10 minutes per wheel is realistic. Also, on my 2015 bike, the final drive bevel box drain is hidden above/behind the caliper and the filler hole is hidden behind the (removed) rear wheel, so splines were not even visible to be greased as the shaft was never split. The only time consuming bits were fairing panels removal and refitting and waiting for engine oil to drain from dry sump tank. I'd still love to know the official BMW dealer book times though, even though the actual hourly rate charged will vary . . .Oh, one final thing - I needed any fault codes etc resetting and the service date/mileage updating, which I could not do myself.