Recently there was some discussion in the pictures thread about a screen sported by Fross's Interstate – it was established that it was a Givi A210. I just wanted to expand on that a bit, but thought it'd be a bit off-topic to do so there, hence the new thread. I got myself one of those screens a few weeks ago, fitting it was essentially as described by Fross. The clocks had to be swivelled towards each other a little, but not too much. A small handful of things I'd add, though. I found that the slots in the screen's brackets had to be opened up by about 1mm to fit over the indicator stems, which are stainless replacements. Therefore I can't swear that the slots wouldn't fit over original indicator stems without needing attention, especially since I don't have any of those to hand. Also I was worried about the screen brackets possibly abrading or locally distorting the headlamp brackets, so I fitted rubber washers between them, and glued a bit of inner tube to the little attachments via which the screen is also made to 'rest' on the top of the headlamp brackets. I feared that they might get little dents hammered into them. Thanks to the idiotic parking restrictions imposed late last year by the brain-dead local authority, it has taken until today to try the thing on the road. The ride is transformed at speed, as I hoped, in that it's not only more comfortable but also there's less 'hanging on' against the wind and more control – this with standard footrests and European bars. So far so good, thanks again Fross for the inspiration!