I was thinkin of getting rid of the mirrors, and the problems associated with them
1. bike is narrower without mirrors for lane splitting
2. no wind buffetting from mirrors
3. more cockpit space
And the bike will be illegal in most places in the world when you remove the mirrors.
The camera is only designed to work for short periods when a vehicle is in reverse not constantly.
The camera is designed to view objects that are within feet of the rear of the vehicle. Absolutely no use for cars some distance behind you.
The field of view is so narrow that you will have HUGE blind spots on both sides of your bike exactly where you need to know where other vehicles are when changing lanes.
It will be almost impossible to view the screen in bright light making the system useless.
The non stabilised camera mounted on the back of a bike is going to produce a garbage picture.
The refresh rate on those screens is marginal at best and not suitable for freeway speed objects.
The system is not weatherproof and will not survive rain.
The system is electric and requires the bike to be running and is therefore subject to failure and any given time on a trip meaning no rear vision.
It's the wackiest idea that I have seen for some time. If the cops don't get you and car beside you certainly will. Unfortunately you won't be around any longer to confirm what a silly move it was.