In the grand scheme of things, though, we’re talking small potatoes. Long-distance warriors will probably be more positively swayed by the Road Glide’s dialed-in control setup, which lends itself to easy and intuitive actuation. After a couple of days on the road, I could easily find and activate almost every button blindfolded and with one hand. (You know what I mean.) And the infotainment? Frankly, that Boom! Box 6.5 GT system is, as the kids (used to) say, the “shiznit.” The touchscreen is amazingly responsive, even to bulky leather gloves, but also I’ve figured out how to toggle through nearly every function with the thumb-activated joysticks—a much safer bet while the bike’s in motion. One big fly in the ointment is the screen’s excessive reflectivity—under certain conditions, the sun’s reflection relentlessly pounds your corneas. Harley’s engineers said they’re aware of the issue and are working on a solution. Some kind of angle adjustability would be nice, though obviously that would add complexity and cost.