I ride my SV650 year-round, and I don't have a garage, so it gets to live under a cover. It also seems Suzukis don't have a stellar reputation for quality of fasteners, and while I don't do a lot of wrenching, I've dealt with easy stuff like a windscreen, hugger, tail-tidy, hand-guards, etc. And I'd prefer the fasteners to remain easy to loosen, so I've made a practise of applying a little dab of anti-seize to every fastener that comes off the bike before resetting it.
Longer-term owners and experienced mechanics: is this worthwhile? Are there any concerns about altering torque loadings on bolts with anti-seize vs 'dry' placements? Any other suggestions for keeping corrosion at bay?