I want folks to know that in the pics Rick posted, those are my feet and for reference I a wearing a size 15 Sidi boot, which is a pretty trim and tight fitting boot, and the Stormtrooper boot is a Size 16 Tech7 (yikes).
While I can certainly ride the bike with my Sidi's, it was IMPOSSIBLE with the Tech7s, and no amount of stock adjustment will work, it is just plain unsafe IMO.
But with Rick's new adaptor, you can see a more relaxed foot position and sufficient clearance even with a full-on moto boot.
The install is quick, simple and all the parts are well made. Putting the lever more forward actually gives you better control of the adjustment IMO, so you have more options than with stock (not sure why, but it has something to do with the location of the two axes of operation for the lever relative to the gear shift bolt sticking out of the bike). I found I could also adjust the lever higher than stock and clear the engine case more as well.
You can also guess that along with size 15/16 feet I got inseam to match (38") so the extra 1 inch lowering of the pegs really helps to move my knees back and off my engine guards, and along with a (planned) custom seat will get my legs more under me as they should be on a Strom, rather than out in front as if I am riding a cruiser. All positive things for taller riders on the Strom.
Another great product from Rick.
Madstad and Screen, Enduro Skidplate, Barkbusters, Hyperlites (front and rear), 17/43 sprockets, Reemis Exhaust, PCIII, Speedo DRD, OEM Heated Grips, Fork Brace and Lowered Pegs (AdventureTech), Givi top and side cases, Givi Engine Guard