Other new models include the Night Rod, tested exclusively for our last issue-though after we went to press, Harley dropped the price by $1000 along with the rest of the VRSC family, making it $14,995-and the FLHX/I Street Glide, a customized version of the Electra Glide. It is a lowered, sleeker version of the Electra Glide Standard. It gets all the updates of the rest of the 2006 touring family -an advanced audio system with double the power of previous Harley sound systems (now 40 watts per speaker) so you can actually hear it at speed) and an XM Radio option, a lighter clutch pull, and increased charging capacity-and some features all its own. It's the first Harley with the mirrors mounted in the wings of the batwing fairing. A number of styling touches have transformed it from stately touring bike to sleek highway cruiser. It has dispensed with spotlights and any lighting or badges on the front fender, has a cut-down smoked windshield, bullet turn signals, a full-length tank console, slash-down mufflers, a low-hung license plate with hidden lighting on a ground-effects fender, and LED fender lights. It's painted a single color with a choice of four colors, and the saddlebag latches are painted to match so they don't break up the lines of the bike. It starts at $17,795.