Been riding this 1200R around for 2 years. Been having an itch for something more 'old man' and thought the Road King was the scratch. I went to a dealer yesterday morning and checked some out, and realized nearly right away that it's just more bike than I need. But what really did catch my eye in particular was the Switchback. Seems like a good compromise between the sportie and the RK. I'm smitten. Love the size, locking hardbags, detach windshield, FL front end looks tops and works good too. Not crazy about the forward floorboards. Started to scrape those on my test ride. Can longer shocks solve some of this? Salesmen told me there was no option for mid controls. The big issue though was the vibes. My 2006 sportster is butter and speed. I test rode a 2012 SB with 946 miles and, this sumbitch was giving me a foot massage the whole time. Tech told me something about the front motor mounts being too large or something.... Got home and starting reading a lot of reports about excessive vibes. Thats not cool. This may be the first brand new motorcycle I buy, maybe ever. But not if they haven't figured out the fix for this. But anyway. What's to know about the Dyna family? What's stopping me from buying any dyna and sticking some hardbags and shield on it?