Another one for the frame mounted fairing, I've had both and not only on Harleys, also I've heard a lot of good things about Ohlins for the rear suspension, I'm going to give them a try myself.
Went from stock shocks (garbage) to Progressive 440's (total crap) to Ohlins (OMG!). Put it this way...I aint interested in looking for anything else as far as comfort & handling. Now because I like the slammed look, i've been asking about air ride. I doubt i'll end up doing it because I DO NOT want to give up my Ohlins.
If you're interested give Howard at Motorcyclemetal.com a call. He's rough around the edges but he's a great guy & he'll get you want & what you need.
Oh, if you're looking to set 'em & forget 'em...forget it. You'll need to setup your sag, break 'em in (500 miles) set the sag again, ride another 350-500 miles then reset the sag & you should be good to go. Seeing how most guys on this site like to work on their own bikes, you'll love it.
IMO, these shocks are the real deal.
Also, so as to not hijack this thread i'll start another one, in the wheels, tires, brakes & suspension section.