Allot of vendors have many different profiles of bars for sale.
I have found most don't describe them well enough to make a good decision over the internet.
While looking for parts for my classic kz900 I found a site that has a great selection, with excellent descriptions / specs which helped me get the bars I wanted. Happy.
They are 7/8" and will interchange.
Also, in the same body section, I picked up bar end mirrors that look like the new Thruxtons for $15 each. I like 'em.
Here's what I put together, slightly aggressive, but not uncomfy (for me).
You've got the US Spec tall bars Vs the Home markets low bars. I replaced my US spec bars and didn't find the home market set comfortable when combined with the overstuffed seat. I'll post a pic for you when I get home in a couple hours.
I was going to buy another set of the US spec and convert back, maybe we should trade.
I had 60s BMw bars on mine. Narrow, slight rise, grip area angled downward. Loved the look and put some serious miles on but started feeling it across the shoulders (my back is shot from 11 yrs of tattooing). I just switched to Biltwell Trackers. Almost the same look, rise etc but no downward angle in the grip area they are more comfortable for me. Biltwell = quality, not that some other options don't, just saying they're a safe bet. If you find something you like but they're too wide, a cheap tubing cutter will knock em down in no time.
I'll post up some pic when I'm on my computer (vs phone).
Hunched over with my weight on my arms, butt too high relatively. Feet too far forward so the whole position was awkward. I've read the sport bikes claim that position works at speed because air pressure supports the body. Hmm, I don't know...
Perhaps a compromise such as the M bars pictured above would work better, I'm not flogging around canyons anymore.
I have the home market bars like GT6Steve has on my bonnie and I really like them. You should definitely go for the trade. If you don't like them you haven't spent anything (except shipping) and can buy a different set.