1000 miles and no insurance- ouch!
Again, I just don't see how it will make economic sense to fix your bike. A new frame is going to cost you around $1000 plus shipping. Have you figured out how much you'll have to spend for new forks, triples, and other busted parts?
This is not a DIY project if you don't possess all the necessary tools and skills. Go through the shop manual and start making a list of all the tools you'll need. Add that to the cost.
How much would a shop charge to tear down the bike, swap your frame and put the bike back together? Why don't you ask?
Shop rates vary, but this would be a 10-12 hour job at the minimum, assuming it goes smoothly, which with a crashed vehicle is never guaranteed.
You're looking at a serious money pit bro. I still recommend you part it out, or if that's not possible, just sell it as is to someone who will part it out. Depending on the price someone can make a tidy profit parting out your bike.
Good luck! Hope you'll throw down for insurance on your next ride!