So we just got home from picking up the wifes CTX700D. When we got there they said all the accessories had arrived too. I installed the tall windshield right there in the parking lot. I loaded up the hardware in the bags and bungied them to the Goldwing. After she did a couple stops, starts, and turns in the nieghborhood we got dinner then headed home. My wife reports that in D the bike shifts almost exactly as she normally would, up and down. The bike feels very light to manuver on the freeway but doesn't get blown around when passing trucks like her old LS650. The tall windshield (14") pushes the air up and over her head. With her visor up if she sits bolt upright the wind just catches it and buffetts her helmet a little, She's 5'3". Sitting in a relaxed position she says she feels the wind on her arms but it doesn't push or beat on her. Her only complaint is her short legs are reaching for the foot pegs. I'm going to have to do some fabrication so she can have mid controls. I seem to do this on all her bikes except her Rebel. The turn signal, horn button is amusing to watch when riding behind her. It goes like this. Beep, damit(in my ear from the Scala)blink, blink, blink. The ride home was 100 miles and she loved every one of them.