Installed Wild 1s Chubbys 14" Bagger Apes. I'm 6'2" and they are very comfortably at chest height (with the stock seat). They don't block the stock mirrors. I've heard the cyclesmith 13s do and I didn't think I wanted to use the 16s. I had wild 1s 12.5"s on my old bike and really like the geometry, so it was an easy decision for me.
Installation wasn't too difficult, removing the old ones was easier than expected. Remove the outer fairing, the key switch, the fairing cap, and push the radio forward and the clamp is easy to access. I was worried the inner fairing had to come off too, it does not.
I cut and added about 24" of wire to each of the 3 harnesses, right switches (12 wires), left switches (12), and throttle (6). I wrapped each bundle tightly with waxed thread and they were not difficult to feed through the bars. Do not use electrical tape anywhere in this step, it will make running them internally very difficult.
I used a 10" over standard length clutch cable and 8" over brake line. Brakes were easy. The clutch cable proved a little more challenging than I expected. The service manual recommends removing the exhaust, but I started removing the heat shields and header pipes and decided working around the pipes would be a reasonable shortcut. I think working around them or removing and reinstalling them are about the same amount of effort, so decide for yourself.
While bleeding the brakes, I realized I had failed to tighten the two piece brakeline enough and it leaked at the joint, but thankfully, that tubing connector is very easily accessible, so minor setback.
(If I posted them right, the pictures are here)