The RF-SR is fresh off the Shoei presses, so much so that we've only seen the prototypes. By March of 2017, we're told, the RF-SR will be in showrooms with a price of $400. That puts it pretty close to Shoei's Qwest, so we'll see if the RF-SR takes over for the Qwest eventually. In the meantime, the first batch will be differentiated from the Qwest by only being available in solid colors. Aside from being a little cheaper, the RF-SR also separates itself from the RF-1200 by having a slightly looser fit. We tried on the prototypes and it definitely doesn't feel as snug as the RF-1200, but Shoei is betting that'll be more attractive for commuters and newer riders.