here is the Apex /youtube clip
They are about in the middle of the pack for cost, but I couldn't find any other bars that were as adjustable.
Even if they were the most expensive option, I would use them.
Afterall, the riser bars are an expenditure to add comfort, if they don't do the trick then any amount spent is sort of a waste.
If you are half way thru a 600 mile day and in great discomfort, the low price paid for the accessory won't seem like a good deal. I have done 600 mile days on a bike with identical riding position to the 02- 06 Daytona 955 with the Apex bars. I was a bit shocked at how good my 57 year old body felt afterward. I have never done such long distances on my upright bikes, although I have tried!
With the Apex bars you can find the perfect equilibrium position where there is virtually no weight on the wrists because there is enough windage on the chest (at speed) to do the lifting. The result is that weight is lifted off the seat, as with clip ons, but not so much that the wrists are a problem. one can just float there for miles and miles, sort of an anti-gravity position.
Some of the others bar sets I looked at might have worked and no doubt are perfect for some individuals, but the Apex solution should work for just about anyone on most any bike.
Here I'm comparing them to other bars that do not have the rotating off angle handlebar to bar mount design, which I haven't seen elsewhere.