A couple of weeks ago I took a 200 mile day trip, most of it on the Interstate at speeds of 75 to 80 MPH. I had absolutely no complaints with the performance of the bike, but I will say that by the end of the day the wind pressure on my body got to be a bit tiring. Sure, a very slight lean-forward tuck kept things bearable, but then that lean started to wear on my back by the time I got home.
So I did a bit of internet shopping. Givi and Puig both have small windscreens available, but the prices struck me as a little unreasonable -- $120 to $150. I found a Chinese version identical to the Puig for $27.99 on eBay, so what the heck. I ordered one, and it came in today. A little cartoon instruction sheet would have made installation less time-consuming, but in the end my old brain figured it out and once it did things went smoothly.
It was well worth the small investment. Although there's still plenty of airflow for comfort on these hot days the pressure on my chest was greatly reduced, with no added buffeting on the helmet in evidence. At 80 MPH a bolt-upright riding position feels fine now. The mounting arrangement is solid, no vibration or negative effect on handling, and it looks good. Unless you look with a critical eye from the side or front you can't tell it's not stock -- only the view from the rear makes the addition obvious.
If you're tempted to give one a try, I can recommend it, and will offer a bit of installation advice if anyone needs it.
The listing says for 2017-18 models, but it fits my '19 perfectly.