I'm REALLY interested in this as I just spent some money to buy a piece of Lexan off of Amazon to make my own windshield. None of the ones currently offered seem like they would take the wind over the top of your head except the Madstad, and it's expensive! Right now with my stock windshield, the wind hits me under the helmet and makes horrible wind noise.
Can you comment on where the wind hits you now while driving at 70-75mph? (bottom of helmet, middle, top, or goes right over your head)
Also how did this affect wind noise?
All comments I'm seeing about the Madstad say the wind is virtually eliminated as if you're in some kind of protected bubble.