I ride year round (30+ degree temps permitting), so I don't do the full storage routine. Just a little Sta-Bil when I fill the tank on the way home, battery tender, stands and cover. I have a composite tank now, too, so I'm not even very concerned whether the tank's full or not. If it got dirty when out, put it away clean to prevent corrosion.
Don't start it unless you're going to run it for a while and get oil hot enough to burn the condensation away.
When I was in the service (Navy) and had to disappear for 6 months at a time, my old VF700 would get it's battery pulled, a little fogging oil sprayed into the combustion chambers, a light coating of machine oil on exposed metals, a thick coat of wax on the bodywork, intakes & exhausts plugged (rodents will nest...), chain pulled off and wrapped in an oilcloth, Sta-bil, then into the storage shed, stands and covered.
Most places wouldn't need to rub the bike down with oil, or remove the chain (lube's MUCH better nowadays anyhow...), but my shed was literally a football field's length from the ocean.