I hear you XX. I always find it takes around 500miles for my body to learn a new bike. Plus as you and the duck say, try first, I have arms like a chimp so haven't used bar risers to date. It's just that lots of XX seem to have them and peg lowering so I thought I'd ask.Back in 2013 in my initial post I asked similar questions and was given some very good advice and TheDuck gave it to you too. Just ride it for a while and see. I am 6'3" and I had a hard time even getting my legs up on the pegs and thought that a peg lowering kit was definitely in my future. I couldn't ride for more than an hour and I was begging for an excuse to stop and look around becausemy butt hurt. (I rode Goldwings and still do) I rode it for the suggested 1 year. I still have the same Corbin seat and never did end up getting a peg lowering kit. It came with Helibar risers and still has them. I would consider finding a pair of Converti bars but only for a very good price as it isn't really a need. Now I will hop on the bike and go on 5 to 7,000 mile trips doing 7 to 800 miles a day if I need to and get off and be fine. What I did change to be able to do that was put on a MRA Vario touring adjustable lip windshield, upgraded suspension so now it's smooth, Electronic Cruise Control by Beestoy (forum member). I had never ridden anything like this and my body had to adjust is my theory.
I like my digital dash and that surprised me as I hate them in cars and love analog gages. Maybe because it is so easy to see at a glance but I still have an analog tach which I like... so the best of both worlds?
Good luck to your hunt.