I have a Hondaline lightbar and the good thing about it is it is plug and play. It has an inline fuse and relay included, too. The lights are bright--easily visible during the day and are like having on your highbeam at night. The installation incorporates your factory turn signals, plugs directly into your factory wire harness, and includes a switch that mounts near the left grip. I added the chrome visors (sold seperately) to match better with the headlight and Kuryakyn deep dish turn signal bezels to match with the rear ones. It will work with fairings and windshields--even a Memphis Shades--using a Glen's headlight extension.
The two issues I've had are the driving lights are pointed too high--even when aimmed down as low as possible. This can be corrected with some modification. Also, the switch went out pretty quickly. I replaced it with one from www.trailtech.com
For looks, I like the Kuryakyn Constellation lightbar a lot, but I've heard of issues with it.
I just noticed that this is your first post. Welcome to the forum from Tennessee. :cheers: