A little decent weather allowed me to get the bike out and photograph the completed cowl job. I say completed, because last November when it was installed, it was too cold to shoot outside, much less tell how much air diversion it provided. Now, I can tell all.
Below are shots showing overall bike appearance (and how little its profile was changed, which was a LARGE concern to me). Then, you can see the bare cowl, which is how many might normally run it, unless you purchase ($220) a second cowl to mount up there. Luckily, my dealer gave me my old one which had a single (rear) leg broken off. I mounted the new one up front and put the broken leg behind me where it should never come off inadvertently. And finally the binnacle view from the saddle.
And yes, it does divert the blast nicely--to about my helmet, but I am 6'3", so your mileage may vary, and I may attempt tilting the screen a bit up, but at this point, I like the angle and the chest relief comfort it provides at high speed.
Please ask any Qs, but understand that the dealer did the installation, so I can't help there, other than to say the black bolts supplied were not long enough, so he had to improvise.