The fit of the Shoei RF-1200 gets an A+ from this rider, but what about the finish? This thing has made me realize the denial I have been living in with all of my past helmets. Can't get the fit right, wind noise is deafening, wind gets funneled into my eyes, my glasses don't fit and the RF-1200 has answered the bell for all of those complaints. The last helmet I had was a Bell, and no matter what I can't say it wasn't a great helmet, it saved my life when I wrecked on the freeway going 75mph and landed right on the face of the helmet, but the wind noise was so loud. The RF-1200 is wonderfully quiet. You can hear your thoughts and if you are a bit of a kook like me, you can hear yourself babbling to yourself, which isn't really an upside. The RF-1200 comes with a chin curtain and a breath guard, but I didn't need either of them. The helmet keeps the wind out our your eyes all on its own without them. I needed both those pieces and more with previous helmets. The Pinlock anti fog system works like a dream. I was just caught in the rain and closed up all the vents and I was locked down and secure. No fogging of the shield and no water leaking under the shield.