For years I used a PlexiFairing 3 and really liked the protection it gave. I switched it out for a National Cycles Low Boy Heavy Duty windshield which also gives good frontal protection but does nothing for my hands.
I think the National Cycles definitely looks better and will give much better protection if you get a serious impact from something heavy vs the PlexiFairing but the PlexiFairing gets the nod in pure wind protection. And as stated earlier, just paint it and it'll look similar to a batwing type of arrangement. But it'll be cheaper.
I'm going to stick with the National Cycles since it is much clearer than the older PlexiFairing (simply due to its age) and since my sister-in-law gave me some good gloves that extend over the edge of my jacket's arm the wind affecting my hands (and what was blowing up my jacket arm) has been almost entirely deleted.
But for you, I'd recommend the PlexiFairing 3. Add on some home made lowers and you will discover you'll much more enjoy those high speeds.
Saddlebags, hard mounted
Fork mounted tool bag (now hard mounted)
Relocated rear turn signals
LED turn signals, brake lights and running lights
LED license plate frame
Engine Guard and Highway pegs
National Cycles Low Boy Heavy Duty windshield
Home made lowers (nice)
Custom seat (made by a local guy)
Iridium plugs (DPR7EIX-9)
Shenko 230 Tour Master tires at 11,123 miles
Splines lubed at 11,123 miles
Light bar with LED lights