I waited for a year to purchase this windscreen, hoping that someone would post a review, but gave up waiting and went ahead and paid the $370. It's not everything I'd hoped, but it's reasonably decent, though I'd have given it 3 & 1/2 star if I could've.
Looks good, IMO
Not too big, not too small
Does a good job of cutting wind on my body & arms, wind hits my helmet about mid-way up. (I'm 5'10", 32"inseam)
Installation was pretty easy, instructions are OK
Mount system is pretty adjustable
Range of adjustment of upper half of windscreen is only about 2", i.e., the upper portion of the screen can only be raised/lowered about 2".
IMO, this isn't really a touring screen, though it provides considerably better wind protection than most sport screens.
After only about 2 months, a little bit of rust is showing around the front mounting plates, where the mount attaches to the screen. I think the rust is coming from where the holes were drilled in the mounting plates.
NOTE: The kit includes parts for extending the turn signals outwards, to make room for the windscreen. I haven't installed the turn signal extenders on my bike, a 2008 R1200R, and I probably won't. I really don't see any need for them, at least not with the windscreen angle that seems to work best for me. I recommend installation and testing of the windscreen angle(s) first to see if your turn signals will be in the way. If they aren't, don't bother with installing the extenders.
The screen is a definite improvement for my bike, which had no windscreen at all, and it works pretty well for my daily urban commuting. I only wish there was more range of vertical adjustment, that would allow me to "dial-in" a bit more of a touring level of protection for longer trips.