I've heard both good and bad about the JM Rokkers, I've also heard them myself at the JM booth. My personal opinion is that they are a good speaker, but a bit on the high side for price. I don't think they are the absolute best sounding speaker, but much better than stock and a few others out there. I went with a different brand because I got a good deal and I think they sound a little better. If you go with an Arc amp (JM uses the same thing but charges a lot more) or RF, or even Hawgwired and a few others with the Rokkers, I'm sure you will be happy. If you have a chance to go to a rally or a local bike night and compare, it will give you more of a choice. Just about any system that sounds really good standing still will be able to be heard while riding, just make sure most of the sound is coming from the front, and don't expect to have a lot of bass.
2010 FLTRX With Plenty of extras, goes by the name "Hardeshia"
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Also not pictured 2016 FLTRXS and 2017 FLTRXS, you never can have too many SHARKS......