I bought this jacket for a friend so she could ride with me. My friend was reluctant to wear motorcycle gear, but she wore it for the first time on a ride last night and I didn't hear a single complaint.
She has a very large bust, and the Diva 2 size was able to zip closed! The hip expansion gussets help keep the jacket from bunching up when on the bike. The sleeves are average length, and have velcro adjustment at the cuff (microfiber lined!) with zippers for easy on/off.
The elbow and forearm armor is good, the forearm snaps help keep in in place. The back pad is just Styrofoam, so I would recommend upgrading that to a real back protector.
The liner is quite warm, so that helps extend this jacket into the fall temperatures. Without the liner, the mesh jacket flows a lot of air and makes stoplights bearable in hot weather.
I have this same jacket in another size, and I've been riding in it for 3 years now and I've been happy with it. The jacket comes with the attachment part of the zipper so you can sew that into another brand of pants. It zips to Joe Rocket brand pants out of the box.
Knocking a star off because the V of the jacket at the bottom is the opposite of what you need on a motorcycle jacket. It should either be flat or an inverted V to prevent bunching. It also does not have belt loop attachment points.
Overall, this is a great jacket for temperature range from 90s through 60s. You can extend it a bit cooler with some insulating base layers, or if you have a windshield that blocks some wind.
P.S. I don't have a Goldwing. In fact, I have a Yamaha. Who cares what the jacket says? Just ride!