Styling is relatively conservative, though the Brits brought nice detailing, with steel fenders and very good finish to the new model. Of course, you can't miss some of the styling gaffes, like that hideous neck area and somewhat rough taillight cluster. Still, passers-by were pretty impressed by the new machines, stopping to gawk and chat us up at lunch stops. The main points though, are that the Commander's comfort levels and riding position are thoughtfully configured, and the geometry works surprisingly well. There's nothing earthshattering about the this newest T-Bird, but it's a step in the right direction: a comfortable, solid, competent and well balanced cruiser that we'd ride it again in a heartbeat.