Some of us use use.com
to host our photo's. It's free. Sorry if I seemed rude, I was only trying to be helpful. I just hate to see people start off on the wrong foot and spend a lot of money trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. There are many riders on this site that are happy with their creations using the Roadstar as a base. Long Range Tourers, Baggers, Choppers, Bobbers. Hell, there's a guy from England who made a 1960's style cafe racer out of one. Not to mention several that just plain defy description.
Good luck with your project. At least you know up front what you are up against. I'm probably the only person on here that would say what I said. Don't get me wrong, I love my Roadstar, had it over 4 years now. But I have no illusions about it or what it could be, I use it as it was intended to be used from the factory, with only a few modifications from stock to make it louder and change a few visual cues I thought it needed.
My apoligies also for my implied remarks as to your current financial situation. My wife has an H-D so I should be the last one to talk. I could afford a different bike too, but for what I do now this bike suits me fine and I have less than $3K in it. I'm not trying to impress anyone. My bike is a rat and I still get compliments on it at the gas station like nice Harley