Way too many variables involved to be able to pick a screen that works for you. A screen that works for me may be the worst thing in the world for you.
I ride a Wee, 6'2" and had a Shoei RF-1000 helmet. Hated the stock screen and nothing could make it better. I bought a Cee Bailey 23.5" screen and must of the noise and buffeting was done. I didn't like the "Barn Door" size and thought things could be better, but like I said, way better than the stock screen.
Time passed 8) ... I CRASHED :shock: ...Time for a new screen :? ...
So since the crash I'm made some changes. A Shoei X-11 helmet and I was able to get a seat off a DL-1000. I put the stock screen back on until I could get something better. I wasn't looking forward to having my head banged around :evil: . But I got a big surprise. The new helmet, plus the extra height of the seat had reduced the buffeting to where it was almost livable. Not as good as it had been with the Cee Bailey, but not too bad. What had happened is I was sitting higher and in cleaner air. The new helmet must also be more aerodynamic. Living in Florida this will make a new summer screen.
I'm still planning on getting a new screen (looking at the MP Cycle Design). I'm still getting buffeted over 70 mph. For short rides I've found no screen at all is really nice on a hot day and no buffeting at all.
> Try before you by if you can.
> For most people any screen is better than the stock screen.
> What works forme may not work for you.