Went to the Dealer to talk about changing out the bars on my 2012 XL1200 Custom. My left hand hurts like crazy after about 15 miles and so I was thinking of getting the reach about 4-6 inches higher would eliminate the pain. Parts guys were telling me that the total cost would be about $1200 for a change-out if the dealer did it. I suspect I could save $800 doing it myself. Anyway the parts guys are great helpers at our Caliente Harley Dealer. They took me to a new 2015 Dyna Low Rider and was showing me the bars and how they are adjustable. So I sat on a new bike and love the arm and hand positions but I hated the positioning of my legs with the mid controls. So, along comes a couple sales people and the took me over to show me the same bike but a 2014 model with 680 miles on it. This bike had Forward controls and the extra seat extension missing. I sat there and loved the hand and arm positions, again but a bit far out there but I could not hardly reach the controls as well as I liked although my leg positions were better to my liking. Then the sales manager comes along as suggest they take the seat off the new bike and put on this bike. What a huge difference. They talked me into test riding the bike and I fell in love with it. And bought it. The ride was great compared to the Sportster. Mirrors were crystal clear, power out of the 103 engine was more than I expected. Fit was great. My 5' 7" body was comfortable and most important my hand did not hurt riding that bike. The sad thing. I had put so much extra in that sportster and now have to start all over.