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Looked at those as I have a dealer close to work.  Was leaning towards buying but my other half didn't like the way they looked.  As far as the windshield goes, would definitely choose the split option.  Can raise the top section for some airflow on hot days or leave down when cold or raining.  I also remove the top section only on mine when trailering.

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