Awesome bike man! Im pretty sure my next bike is going to be a street glide.
I actually went into the dealership with the sole intention of buying the used CVO Street Glide they had in stock, dam sexy beast. But my salesman was a hardcore Road Glide person and wouldn't stop until I begged him to. I test rode the CVO SG and liked it a lot, but didn't like the extra 50lbs attached to the handlebars (both for low speed maneuvering and for the wind it catches on the freeway playing tug of war with you), and while I was at the dealer THREE of his customers came through at different times... all riding Road Glides, ALL had originally intended to buy Street Glides. ALL said they never regretted their purchase.
Turns out that most RG owners never buy a different bike when they trade in or sell... they go back into another RG.
The CVO SG I rode unfortunately had been sitting for a while, and later found out that the original owner put on the Rinehart exhaust WITHOUT mapping it... so it was running poorly, kept wanting to stall through most of the ride. As we came back, we had to do a U-turn to get over to the dealership and mid turn, with traffic coming, at full lock... the bastard stalled and started going down on me. I was able to catch the nearly 800lb beast and muscle it back up without it hitting the ground.
When we got back the salesguy was flat-out amazed that I was able to do that, half the staff was high fiving me lol.
And it was right then that I decided to buy the RG. That extra weight on the front forks made that situation worse... my frame mounted fairing is a lot easier to handle.
I bought it without even a test ride... and like the other customers I met... I don't regret it one bit! Well, until it breaks down. And it will... it's a Harley afterall.