Well, the S and the Paul Smart have cafe fairings, but honestly they just make the riding position more uncomfortable at lower speeds because there's no wind to push on your chest and hold you up. At higher speeds you just lean into the wind and float there. I've never ridden a conventional sport bike with a fairing and windshield so I don't know what it's like, but I do know that I don't like lots of windbreak. On touring bikes with big windshields there's this still air pocket in front of you that gets warm and stagnant. I prefer the wind in my face personally. But if I were going to take a long trip I'd see about fitting a small windshield like one of the Givi ones just to smooth out the airflow around the headlight and instruments. There are other issues though... the forks are totally non adjustable and they suck, so I'm praying to find a good set from one of the other bikes that are a direct swap. That's the main one. Also, it runs tube tires (notice the spokes) and only 2-piston calipers, which, while they work pretty well, don't give a lot of feel. I'm still doing some research, but it looks like 03ish-06 GSX-R forks and calipers may swap in with minimal effort, just a couple of spacers to be made and then I would have full adjustability and 6-piston Tokicos and the bike should be a lot more tolerable and fun.