In another thread a few weeks ago about wind screens, I mentioned that I had ordered the new Turbo City wind screen and would report after I had put some highway miles on it. http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showpost.php?p=5007142&postcount=15 It took about a week to arrive. It took me another week to get around to installing it. The TC screen mounts on brackets that attach to the handlebar clamp front bolt and the top fork tube pinch bolt (where the turn signals attach). The brackets are very well made and finished. They clear all the cables and controls nicely, although someone with an Aqualine tank reported clearance issues with the brackets. No problems with my 5 gallon IMS. Install took about half an hour and I'm slow and methodical. I had to look up the torque settings for the pinch bolts and handlebar clamp bolts too. The wind screen itself mounts to the brackets with nylon bolts. These are simple slot heads so removing the shield should only take a couple of minutes for offroading (though not as quick and easy as the two thumbscrews on the Spitfire S-06 and more small bits to keep track of). I really like the fit, finish and design. I just got back Thursday night from an 850-mile tour. Most of it was on secondary highway (50-60 mph), about 50 miles on good gravel and dirt roads. I'm very happy with the TC screen, definitely worth the $159. I'm 5'9 1/2" and it deflected most of the wind and bugs over my head (with the Spitfire I spent a lot more time cleaning bugs of my face shield at gas stops). The brackets hold the screen about two inches off the headlight cowl and this (the gap created) seems to smooth the airflow. There was a little twitchiness (buffeting) when passing 18 wheelers and in strong crosswinds, but certainly no worse than with the Spitfire and nothing to be alarmed about. I kept careful records of fuel consumption since the TC screen is a bit larger than the Spitfire. Interestingly, although I had the bike loaded with camping gear in aluminum panniers and a Revpack Tour Pack (across the back of the seat and rack), my gas mileage improved! My setup is stock and I have gotten around 50 mpg on previous trips. This time I averaged 56 mpg! I have read that Parabellum advertises improved fuel economy when you use their screens (better aerodynamics) but I wouldn't have believed it. The only other factor that could contribute to the improved mileage is that this is the first time I figured I had enough extra weight (with all the gear, racks and panniers) to increase tire pressures to the recommended two-up levels of 25/29. I'd rate the TC screen a 9/10.