Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Sonoran Desert, Arizona
It's very easy to read. The characters are 5/16" (8mm) tall and 3/16" (~4.5mm) wide.
There is a lot of information being displayed. At first I thought it would be too much to make sense of while riding. As it turns out that wasn't the case at all. It's a bit like looking at the instrument cluster on your car. You don't always look at every thing at once, just the part you are interested in at the time. Same thing with the digital dash.
BTW, the display is termed a "transflective" display. What that means to us mortals is that it is spectacular in the direct sunlight. At night the back light takes over and it is just as readable.
Opinions are my own. Everything I describe is very likely wrong. Use at your own risk.