I would recommend looking at the V-Stream shield before ordering one. It's not for everyone. It tilts back to far to suit me and although I haven't rode with on at night, it looks like you might get a lot of reflexion off of the dash lights. I don't care for it at all, but like Pop always said, that's the reason they make chocolate and vanilla.
I have about 800 to 1,000 miles on our V-Stream now, some solo & most with the wife, sidecar and 350+ with the trailer in tow.
Note that as I said before the reason for the change was for the passenger not me, I can do just fine solo with the OEM and getting rid of that PITA Helmet Banging, Dash Melting Tulsa was a big PLUS too.
There is No Reflection from the Dash Lights;
And it doesn't have the problem that the Tulsa's did with reflecting the Sun onto the Dash and MELTING Things.
I Don't have to DUCK getting on the bike to miss hitting the Windshield like I did with the Tulsa's either.
Yes it comes back toward the rider a bit farther then the OEM does but it doesn't present a problem like the swept back Tulsa's or similar shields. Being just a bit closer while still in the same plane as the OEM helps with the air flow as does the shape and wider top section.
The looks are a bit odd at first for me but it has grown on me over the weeks and does get some comments from others both positive and negative over that. However for me Function comes first and the form is secondary.
In the case of the V-Stream I think the Form helps stabalize it IF you have all of the stock rubber sliders in place and in good condition or use the 1/8" foam tape I did on the upper lip.
It is much more stable than the OEM shield on my bike and after a 350+ mile trip a couple of days ago into WINDY SE CO with the GPS mounted on my custom Vent Hole Mount there wasn't any objectional vibration. Plus having the GPS just below the line of sight and closer to me I can read my old Garman III screen much better now.