Looking into Mirrors

First up - pardon the pun.

I've spent a lot of time trying to get the front end of my bike to appear more streamlined. It was looking great, until I stuck my old WM mirrors on the thing and it looked stupid. Besides the mirrors being of questionable quality and having a solid level of rust on them, they spoil the lines of the bike.

So, I've turned into a bit of a mirror pervert. Bar end mirrors seem a bit cumbersome to me but I've found a lot of intersting options, most of which are based off the Napoleon style mirrors, except mounted off the top of the handlebars. This option seems quite popular in Japan, but I haven't seen too many of these on the roads in Australia. Many of these designs, and lots more, are available here:


It looks like WM and a few other Japanese suppliers take delivery of these guys goods. The company appears to be a importer/exporter like McLeods in Australia.

So of the above I'm looking at these:

And the more tradtional style, which is on the WM Mirror Page

There's also this, which is a Y's gear product, a genuine Yamaha mirror for the DSC4 - the V-Star 400.

Available at the bottom of this page - http://www.steve-kamechan.net/cgi-bin/shop/itemlist.asp?cno=215&rcnt=41&pcnt=3

I wonder if the arms will be too short for the SR? I'm leaning towards that one, even if it's around $50 each for these opposed to $30 each for the others. Y's gear stuff is very well made, and should last a bit longer than the others.

But if anybody has any opinions from a styling point of view, be sure to let me know!