Harley brought improvements to the fourth member of the CVO range, as well. The CVO Softail Convertible retains most of the features owners loved last year, including easily removable hard saddlebags and windshield, lowered suspension, way-down-there floorboards and chrome everywhere you look. New for 2012 is a taller windshield that, along with extended lowers flanking the headlight, provides better coverage for the prototypical 5-foot-10 rider. Last year, the audio system bolted to the inside of the windshield could be fed by an iPod; but now, the CVO Softail Convertible comes with a Road Tech zumo 660 GPS that not only tells you just how lost you are but also kicks out tunes loaded as MP3 files. Simple power and volume controls reside below the GPS mount. In all, it’s a clean installation that stays together when you remove the windshield.