I've ridden for 5 or 6 hours now with my new Aileron grips by HD installed so if anyone's curious, here's my review. Install was extremely easy - a "caveman" job as Smitty is fond of saying. Probably took me all of 15 or 20 minutes. Grips look really nice - just a little touch of chrome in an area thar was previously solid black with the stock grips. The texture and softness of the grips is perfect - a little softer than the stock grips and a pleasure on the hand whether bare or gloved. There is a slight narrowing of the grip on the inboard part where your thumbs rest which feels totally natural. Then there is the ridge on the forward side right where your knuckles bend that, again, feels perfect. I had been using a Crampbuster on my stock grips to give my right hand a break when not using the cruise but the ergonomics of this Aileron grip make the Crampbuster unnecessary. In short, I'm very happy with them, quality and comfort wise.