Twilight glad to hear your comments. If you've not ridden with a visor/peak I'm sure it's noticeable initially.
Updates on your feelings and thoughts about it over time would be good to hear since so few folks have them here.
Roma Dakota has more experience with them and I don't use goggles so its good to hear his take
I just returned from a trip to Mexico "LoneStar: The Run to Real De Catorce" and we did hours of sustained 90 mph on the cuotas. I doubt it was designed to run at 90 with the visor but I had no issues of uplift or twist thankfully. The only thing that happened was when a wind gust in a mountain pass hit me head on at that speed, the visor slid down to its lowest position.