Settle into the firm yet comfy bucketed seat and you're closer to the pavement than on a standard Dyna, though those forward-mount foot controls can be a stretch for anyone under 5-foot-10. The handlebar enforces a straight-arm riding position that's more Dennis Hopper than Peter Fonda. Grips? Chrome, from the H-D Knurled Collection, as are those pegs, foot controls, battery box accents and coil covers. The only place you'll find nicer production paint and chrome than a Harley-Davidson is on a CVO Harley-Davidson, and there's enough shiny stuff here to make Maison Cartier reach for the sunglasses. Concessions to pure fashion are surprisingly few. Rearview mirror images, for instance, turn into a blurry mess on the freeway, but there's some functional bling here as well. Turn the key and seven LED dots appear in what looked like a simple chrome cap just below the fuel cap, letting you know the 5-gallon tank is full of super-unleaded. Though you'd never guess to look at it, the cruiser from Planet Bling is practical as daily transportation, even if it is drastically overqualified. Something like Salma Hayek in a Prada evening gown checking your belt tension.