As mentioned, I have a RF1000 , and so does my wife.
The only "complaint" I have, and I must stress that this is not a real safety issue or comfort issue, but just something I noticed and had a bit of a problem with.
The distance from my mouth to the chin bar is very small.
This likely makes the helmet lighter, safer, and likely even more quiet, but if you plan on installing a microphone for a com unit, the fit will be tight.
I had to trim the foam off the mic on my Scala Teamset so it was not rubbing my lips. Not sure how thin other helmet microphones are, but just saying this was the only problem I have had with the helmet.
It is by far the most comfortable and quietest helmet I have owned, and I've gone through ALOT of them.
My wife loves hers, and says it fits so well that she kinda feels more secure in it as opposed to some of the others we have had. Making the wife feel secure is a good thing.
I got mime in plain metalic silver for just under 300 bucks. Some stores and online shops sell them for a bit more under that now...alot depends on the graphics it seems. I did spring for the "spectra" mirrored visor , in blue to match my bike:
The visors can be switched in a few seconds without tools...and feature a "lock lever" so they won't fly open even at triple diget speeds.
I would definitely buy one again.