This morning on the way into work, I flashed my brights at an oncoming car in a turning lane ready to cross in front of me. As soon as I flipped the switch to high-beam, the bike went completely dead - engine off, no dash lights ... dead. But as I coasted to a safe stop at the side of the road, all electrical power came back on. I put her in neutral, and started right up. I rode the rest of the way to work, parked it and tested the high-beam again; killed the bike again, but was able to start up again with no issues. Voltage is reading a steady 13.8V while running and stable throughout the rpm range, from idle to 5000rpm which is typical of my daily ride. With the bike off, it's a steady 12.7V. Battery was replaced a few months ago. I could use some ideas. I'm thinking one of two things. One, there's a short in the high-beam line. Two, there's a draw on the stator indicating replacement needed. I don't think it's the R/R only because of the voltage readings, but I've been known to be wrong, LOL! Hopefully I'll make it home this evening, but I won't be using the brights. Anything? Thanks in advance!