It'll make you a great bike. I've bought 6 Hexheads this year alone and do have a maintenance procedure I go through when I get them just to get me a baseline of what was done with what product on what date and at what mileage.
If you do you own maintenance I'd suggest in no certain order.
Check the swingarm rubber boots replace if compromised.
Pull drive line to inspect the splines and u-joints also clean and lube the splines
Clean the caliper pistons and slide pins. Check/replace the brake pads if needed
Check front wheel bearings
If you have a GS911tool its a great time to connect to run a scan of the systems and see if there are any current faults or codes. If you do not have one its a very handy diagnostics tool.
Go over the electrical wiring especially any wiring for auxiliary items to see if there is anything that need to be tidied up or redone. There are a lot of not so talented folks out there that try to wire stuff.
Welcome, in addition to Perazzi post, ask preview owner about recalls for this model - one for fuel pump (my is done) and second for rear flange, preview owner give me new flange by hand, with sealings and other things in set.
Today I see on the bike defects of original (still on the bike) aluminium flange. New one is made of steel, hope that is better material.
Deffect of flange is "ears" for rear brake disc are cracked. Two seasons ago I replace alone in garage rear disc with dynamometric tool in accordance with recommended values of manufacture. Even in this case "ears" cracks.
So check rear flange. My overall opinion for this bike is more than awesome. Good luck!