The heated handgrips ($349.95) and centerstand ($249.95) are also priced on the high side, but likewise work well. The grips are very warm, even on the lowest setting. I felt the optional Windscreen Deflector ($249.95) would be a welcome addition for both commuting and touring. Three-position-adjustable using the provided Allen wrench, the upper position works best for me. Without the benefit of riding the bike back-to-back with the stock windscreen, the deflector seems to work as it should, and the airflow around my helmet is pretty clean without excessive buffeting. While there’s not much more this bike really needs, higher, more rearward bars are at the top of my list. The sporty stock riding position becomes tiring on day trips, and also pins me toward the front of what would otherwise be a pretty agreeable seat!