Hi Guys and Gals, thanks for all the warm welcome's and nice comments about "The Meanie". Now it's time to tap into all the collective knowledge from my new NR friends! I always thought that the upright positioning of the Monster would be great around town - and it is. But the long ride down the coast had my wrists feeling like I'd endured some kind of 13th century torture. Maybe it was the nerves of being a new, bigger bike that I wasn't used to. Or maybe it was just that it was such a long haul, and the fact my movement on the bike was quite restricted due to the tank bag in front of me. I did find, however, that it I changed my grip so my wrists were straighter, it was a lot more comfortable. My current (stock) bars have quite a bit of rise and a fair amount of sweep as well. So, I thought, if I went to something like this, it might cure my problem. Can anyone identify these bars for me? I'd like to have a look at some and also see if they will clear my forks. BUT - after my first taste of some real twistys. I'm thinking I might have to get down even lower, and further forward. Even on the ride home on the highway, I found way more comfortable to be down lower, tucked in behind the screen more. Would clip-ons then be more suited? Or would they be too low? Hmm - decisions decisions. Any advice or suggestions will be much appreciated - Thanks!