I went with the low megaphones. Sound and look great.
Been planning for this bike to be monoposto, but hate to give up the rear pegs, just in case.
Most folks here seem to be fans of the CycleCat rearsets. I like the adjustability, but once adjusted it would seem that the advantage is gone. And I don't much like how they look, myself. These seem more elegant, especially in black.
I ordered a set (MotoStrano.com) of these but I am still waiting for delivery.
I knew ahead of time that they were on backorder and it would be a while but seven weeks seems a little much. Don't get me wrong though I would order from them again the other part of my order was shipped right away. I believe they're made by RedRacing of Italy.
Looks like the FBF are the same as the ones listed as P/N 966010AAA in the DP book. The pattern is identical, but the DP ones have a provision for the brake cylinder, while the FBF don't show that. And the DP ones don't apparently have the can support.
if you dig these, you may as well check out the style and perfomance (aka "S&P") rearsets as shown on the link chris posted. less expensive than the FBF (because fbf just marks up pretty much everything they don't make). had 'em on my s4. great stuff. as noted, they're not terribly adjustable but i really enjoyed them. nice feature that if you're running highpipes, you can leave the passenger sections off while riding solo, then add them if you're planning to take a passenger without having to pull the whole thing apart.