Got the bike home tonight (it's been in the back of my truck since Saturday, heh) ... at any rate, its difficult to determine if the rear brakes are drum or not, but seeing that I cannot see a disc, I will assume it is drum. That being the case I am still learning about the bike.
I started it up this evening, first time since Saturday, idled a little rough, but otherwise good. I spoke to a local shop, and the tech advised that bleeding the rears weren't very difficult, but the way he described it was with rear disc/pad brakes, as he mentioned using c-clamps to collapse the caliper pistons to assist in brake bleeding.
Funny though, he was a little preturbed at the person who R/R the rear tire, because he mentioned that removing the brake line (or whatever) was definately NOT necessary. He was a good guy, told me if I couldn't manage to not make it worse and bring it in to atleast let him look at it, no charge ... good guy really.
At any rate. I'll check it out in more detail tomorrow. I'll get a camera to get some pictures up ASAP.
More to follow... sorry I've been so light on details...