Cee Bailey also makes a 2" under stock height. Which for shorter people, like myself being 5'8" might be better, what you think exavid? Or I suppose leaving it at stock 24" would give the option of cutting to what you may need.Ihave a stock height Cee Bailey, and ended up cutting off 1" which made it just right to see over. I won't ride with a windscreen that I can't see over, there have been too many times my screen has been hit with muddy water on a rainy day or suddenly turned opaque by a sudden temperature change riding in the mountains. It ain't fun if you have to stand on the pegs to see right in the middle of a curve. The Bailey is offered in different heights. I used to be about 6' tall before old age and gravity shortened me a bit so you might need something taller or shorter. I put a piece of masking tape vertically onon the inside of my windshield then sitting in normal position with the bike on both wheels marked a line on the tape that intersected my sight line to the ground about 50-60' ahead. That's the height I used when I cut the windshield down. You can use that measurement from the desired top to the windshield bezel to order from Cee Bailey. I can vouch for the quality of the Bailey windshield, it's still crystal clear and free from distortion even when wearing polarized sunglasses. It is a bit thicker than stock, I had to make up little washers to match the shoulder on the windshield mounting screws to be able to adjust the windshield up and down. On the other hand I haven't used the screen in the past three years except in the lowest position anyway.