Received the CRK HO from Sportsman yesterday and was able to get it installed today. It was shipped quickly and arrived well packaged, with a sheet of simple instructions.
All in all, it was a relatively simple installation which will take the average person 15-20 minutes. I'm a visual type of guy, so pictures in the instructions would have probably sped up the install. However, Sportsman's instructions were clear as day and worked fine without any. I will say that it took me some additional time than approximated above, because it was about 35 degrees outside and my hands became numb quick, and I had to go inside to warm back up.
For the install, you'll need a hex set and 8/10/11mm sockets and or wrenches. I may have done something wrong or my bike's bolt hole specs slightly deviate from the norm, but the longer bolts supplied were a few millimeters too long for the bottom triple clamp and wouldn't fully seat into their holes, so I just reused the stock bolts. I also found that the shorter bolts supplied were a hair too short and were stripping, so I just used the longer ones supplied, in their place. I probably misread the instructions or something, so I'll give the benefit of the doubt to Sportsman. Dabs of loctite all around on all of them, and everything turned out well.
I'm satisfied and pretty happy with how it turned out. The following are some before and after pictures. The initial impression, from the drivers seat, is that the shield is considerably lower, and cuts off right at top of the gauges. I have no idea how the new wind aerodynamics will feel. From the side view, the fairing is visibly slightly lower (see the stripes on the fairing and tank), and the bike's side profile is obviously slightly more linear. I can't wait to take it for a spin after the winter (it's currently winterized for now).