I ride an SE with a rallye fairing kit and all I have to say, is that it has given the bike the legs it didn't have. It is pointless (for me) to have a DS bike that can do 80+ mph all day long without the wind protection to actually do it. If on the other hand such speeds are not needed, then these bikes are not needed either and one can be better off with a lighter and more dedicated enduro machine. By the way, this 690 Oryx looks plain amazing! PS I had the 'enduro screen' mentioned above before going full fairing and all I have to say is that it is not totally useless. It works very well if there is no headwind, with sustained speeds up to 90mph being realistic. With headwind though, it adds very little to stock configuration. On the average, it adds 10-20mph to the comfort zone, depending on the direction of wind. The full fairing is a different story. It also adds stability at high speed 'slabing', since the steering input becomes independent from wind pressure. Money very very well spent.