Once the weather cooperates again, I will take the bike out of the garage and get some pictures of what I did with the windscreen.
I took a string and stretched it across the windshield when it was in place and drew a marker line across it. Then I used my dremel tool with a mini saw blade attached and slowly cut along the line I made. After doing this I fit the shield back on the bike and took note of any high spots and then gently filed the screen down so it is nice and level all the way across. Then I sanded with course and fine sandpaper so the edge was smooth and finished looking.
I put the screen back in place and took it for a ride and am very happy with the much lower lever of buffeting and noise. I did find that wearing some ear plugs made for a much better ride too. I am still using my modular full face helmet until I have enough coin to buy a nice dual sport lid.
After I got home I took the screen back off and sprayed the inside gloss black so the whole thing matched the gloss black that was on the bottom of the screen to start with. The result is similar looking to what planalp posted, and I think it looks pretty good. I was a bit worried about cutting the stock screen like that because it means I don't have the original one any longer but I wasn't going to ride it the way it was and if I decide to sell the bike down the road I can always spring for another one or adjust the selling price if the buyer pushes the issue.
I put the bike on the ATV lift and oiled the chain, checked the brake pads, and adjusted the rear brake light switch to come on just a little sooner.
Overall the bike was barely ridden and is in great shape. It's registered and insured and as soon as I can get it to the garage to get an inspection sticker I'll be set to go cruising.
I think the very next thing I will do is start saving for the progressive fork springs.