That's Day-se-err'-to, Spanish for "desert," and while this translation isn't cheap, it is the most functional bit of wind/weather protection you can bolt to the GS. Installation can be a bit fiddly for those who tend toward speed-reading the instructions. Otherwise, complaints are nil. Developed by German industrial design house TT-3D, the third-generation of Touratech's Desierto lets you adjust the windscreen's height and angle of attack to match prevailing conditions via a pair of thumbscrews in the cockpit. After taking a little time to dial it in, said cockpit is a much nicer place, especially on nippy mornings and evenings. The tinted screen never gets in the way, even when fully extended. Air flows smoothly over and around my helmet without a hint of turbulence.