Sorry for the delay guys.
Here's a link to my ride report with plenty of pictures of the screen.
After a week behind the Plexifairing GT, I am very impressed. All the way up to 80 mph sustained speeds and the bike wasn't wobbly and I didn't see too much buffeting.
A couple things to be aware of, the screen sits really close to your ignition on a Bonneville. If you use the key only with no keychain, it still fits just fine. Also, the braces on the bars need to be extra tight because they can slide back at sustained highway speeds. I noticed my screen resting on my mirror stems a couple of times.
Also, I saw a Plexifairing 3 at a swap meet last weekend and it is nothing like the GT. The GT is more raked back and has a sportier look. At 6' with a long torso, I see just over the top of the GT where I probably wouldn't be able to see over the 3.
For the price I'm very happy with it. It provides more protection than the Parabellum Sport and in my opinion doesn't look quite as goofy. It's still a big ol' windshield though.