I had an FJR and it was probably the most dirty-air-immune bike I have ever ridden. It was unfazed by cross winds or the dirty air blasting off trucks on the interstate. The FJR cuts a very clean hole through the air. But, for the OP, it is a heavy bike and there were a couple of issues for me. One was the grip angle. It left my wrists in pain in short order. The second was the width of the bike. It spread my hips further which caused my lower legs to have to bend back at more angle for my feet to fit the pegs. It made my knees ache. After the FJR was totaled, I bought an FZ-6. Honestly, I was more comfortable touring long distance on the FZ. The narrower bike made all the difference. I find my current Wee to be comparable in width and general overall body comfort while riding.
If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space.