The check engine light (MIL, or whatever they call it) went off and stayed off today, too.
Once I thought about it, the last time I started it over at the store, I didn't hold the starter on long enough and it coughed, but then fired over and the light came on. The dealer said that's a common reason for the light to come on, something didn't get enough power for a second and threw a code.
Rather than hack a piece of wire onto the frame and try and diagnose the long/short light blipping, I'll just run it up to the dealership and have them put it on the computer to pull up the historical codes to verify that it's something silly like the headlight cutting out for a millisecond or something.
One of the upsides to living only 18 miles away from one of the biggest RE dealerships in the country! Royal Enfield of Fort Worth is a much bigger deal that I knew when I decided to buy the bike there last week. Great customer service and support.
I puttered around town today with no lights and no problems today. Have my first 100 miles on the bike now!