The latest mod to my bike are from here: http://www.speedbleeder.com/
I kept hearing how much easier they make bleeding, so I had to find out for myself. I've always used the "pump then turn" method and never thought it was difficult or anything. I think the most important thing about bleeding brakes or your clutch, regardless of method, is to zip tie the lever to the handlebar after your done and let it sit overnight...or as long as you like. This allows micro bubbles to work out of solution and come to the reservoir.
I got the clutch swapped over and will be doing the brakes this weekend. The clutch is rock hard again!
I plan on swapping my OEM lines for steel very soon. I will go ahead and install the speedbleeders anyways to get some clean fluid in the system BUT when I get the new lines, I will remove all the components and do a thorough cleaning/greasing and then add in DOT 5.1.
Adding steel lines to your bike has always been a necessity, IMHO. If you haven't felt the difference between steel and OEM, go try someone's bike with them. It really inspires new confidence!
I've got a Bergman spin-on kit coming too!
Anyways, I like the speed bleeders. All you gotta do to bleed is crack the nipple 1/4 turn and start pumping the lever! That's it! They aren't that expensive and if you need to go out in the garage and perform some maintenance, get these.