It took four weeks to get it to where I live. I then had just enough time to put it on before my 2,000+ mile trip.
I think I can give you guys a good review here with the 2000 mile trip which was mostly interstate.
You can read all of my review below but the bottem line is that YES I would buy this item again if I had to do it all over again. It does reduce the buffeting esp from the big rigs. This is not an off road shield. It is made for interstates and does a good job there.
Here it is. I got the light smoke version.
I would say that the shield is worth the money. I took the same trip last summer with the stock shield and last summer my head felt like it went 10 rounds with a the heavy weight champ. On this trip I felt like it reduced the buffeting by about 70% to 80%. With the stock shield the air coming off of it would hit about where my lip would be. With the ZG sport touring shield it would hit about in the area of my forehead. I'm 6 feet tall and wear blue jeans with a 32" length. ALSO, I put a beaded seat on the stock seat which helped greatly with the sore butt but also raised me up by about 1/4 to 1/2 inch. Without the beaded seat the buffeting would have been even less because I would have been even lower.
I can see over the shield which is great. I can turn the handle bar all the way if I need to.
It is a little thinner than the stock shield and the top tends to vibrate from time to time but that is a minor concern.
I can't give an honest review of how it takes cross winds. Last summer my bike was much lighter and cross winds were at times a bit of a problem. Now with ammo cans the bike is a bit heavier and cross winds were no problem.
This is not a fault of ZG but of the nuts that Kawasaki uses to mount their shield. The nuts have rubber on them that dry rotted. A minor complaint but they shouldn't do that on a bike that is less than a year old. Be careful of the rubber nuts when you take off your wind shield.
Here are some pics.