So, being how cheap I am, instead of going with the Vision or Mutazu bags, I got some Ebay knock off for a lot cheaper.
I like them, and they work out okay, and under $50. But if I had to do it over, I'd probably just get the damn Mutazu bags FY series hard bags.
The one I got from Ebay pretty much look identical to the Mutazu hard bags. Came with the cheap "universal" mounting kit. I look at it for a while, couldn't figure out how to mount it on there since it'd be all in the way of the passenger.
I paid $39.99, but it actually went down in price to $36.90 now!
If you look at the dimensions, they're slightly smaller, or right about the same size as the Mutazu FY series here which are a few times more expensive.
I created the "mount" using:
(2) 10" straight metal bar with holes in it (from Lowes).
(2) 8mm-1.25x50mm metric hex bolt.
(2) 8mm-1.25x60mm metric hex bolt.
(2) Hillman Steel Spacer (3/8in x 1/2in x 1in).
(2) Hillman Steel Spacer (3/8in x 1/2in x 1/2in) Same ID and OD, just 1/2 long.
A bag of 10 8mm crush washers.
Got it all from Lowes for about $10.
I mounted the 10" straight bar, using the 1" spacer in the rear and 1/2" spacer in the front to the mounting holes on the side of the bike, using the longer metric bolts, and crush spacers to make sure it sit tight.
Then I mount the actual brackets for the luggage to the bars, aligning the angle so it's far back and secure it down.
I did have to remove both the helmet locks and turn signals, but that's alright since these bags have lights built in. Had to drill a hole on the side of the luggage to run the wire through. They're the female connector just like the one on the bikes, but since they're slightly larger, I was able to just plug them directly in. No issue here.
The mounts hold pretty well, so far it's been three days, and no issue yet. I've put a few pounds of stuff in it, and no issue yet. It does vibrate a bit though, so what I'm going to do is weld a "stabilizing" brace, that goes behind the license plate, and possibly even use the license plate bolts to hold it, to reduce vibrations and increase rigidity.
Pictures explains all: