Yeah, the spools are a nice touch. The bike is full of nice touches. Metal sidecovers, removable numberplates, the really nice adventure pegs, headlight guard, LED signals and taillight, quick-release seat (ignition key opens it), spools, two seat options (I've ordered a flat seat. Stock seat is $101 from the dealer. Try that for a Yamaha!), a reasonably-sized under-seat storage area, wave rotors, 4-piston caliper, braided stainless brake lines, a flyscreen, a stainless exhaust system, skid plate, bar ends and more.
I mean, honestly, the stock exhaust looks and sounds better than any OEM muffer I've seen on a modern bike. The flyscreen, adventure pegs, skid plate, headlight guard, stainless exhaust system, and bar ends all cost money for the SCR950.
That said, there's currently no aftermarket. So there are no luggage racks, saddlebag mounts, crash bars, or anything like that yet.