I'm 67yrs.old and have a fair amount of arthritis; especially in the knees. I traded in a 2015 BMW K1600 GT for the PAN. At about 700lbs. with a full tank of gas with the BMW, I felt my riding days were slowing considerably and maybe coming to an end because of my arthritis and the weight of the BMW; until I discovered the PAN on line. Almost 200 lbs. lighter, 150hp. at the rear wheel, good technology and I loved the way it looked. Went to my local HD dealership, did a test drive and loved the bike from the get go. Good on the knees, light weight, nimble and fun to ride. I traded in the BMW and bought the PAN.
I'm 6' tall, so as a somewhat taller rider, I can reach the standard bars, riding in a more straight up position with a little bend in the elbow and can touch the ground. The ARH makes things even better. I have the ARH set to auto. Nice feature.
I'm still at the 500 mi. break in period and this is what is happening so far: At 6' tall, I needed a slightly higher windshield and went for a Puig windshield that's about 2" taller than stock. The screen is better than stock and I like the way it looks on the bike but not sure how it will perform at highway speeds; stabilization etc. I went with the Jiffy Adventure kickstand but I have to say, I'm not crazy about the HD kickstand. The bike leans a little too much when the stand is down and getting off and on the bike when standing on the foot pads doesn't illicit a lot of confidence. It takes a little time to get used to, like putting down the kickstand at fuel stops etc.
I would highly recommend a radiator guard; best investment you can make. I went with the added protection of a skid plate to protect the regulator and battery. The up/down quick shifter from HD is a nice option too; takes a little getting used to but well worth it if your into that kind of thing.
All in all, I really like the PAN. Comfortable, upright, nimble and fast. I haven't had the bike off road yet but looking forward to doing some of that in the future. It's great so far as a touring bike. I haven't experienced any electronic issues. (Codes, malfunctioning, starter issues so far; still early.) I would educate oneself on all the features on the dash (IM) (phone, headset paring, audio, navigation and read the owners manual on line.) It would definitely help to have a supportive HD dealership near by to help with general questions, software updates and service.