It's a fun stop light to stop light bike. It handles twisties well. Quick maneuvering is the best of the Harley lineup
,You can't see behind you in the mirrors unless you lower an elbow, duck, and lean the other way.
There are some design items that seem out of place, or inconsistent. The uncovered wiring in spots; the odd placement of the horn. The engine sounds like an electric sewing machine.
The riding position is cramped for average size humans. The rider foot pegs are too far forward for mid controls. When on the highway, I scoot my butt back to the top of the hump of the start of the pillion seat. That riding position is fairly comfy for a long haul.
I know how to make the changes needed for my style, so no sweat. Parts and service should be pretty simple and relatively inexpensive. Also, I've gotten a lot of good ideas from this forum. I have over 1,000 miles on the Street so far. I have almost 1,000,000 total lifetime miles on motorcycles. I'm all about helping people- I've gotten a lot of help along the way.
I hope you get your bike soon, and be lucky and safe.