I'm 6'5" / 36" inseam...probably close to 6'6" with my riding boots on.
My impression of the V - As far as performance, handling, power, suspension, etc...all that is fine.
As for ergonomics...
In the lowest position, the windscreen seems to create a zone of buffeting right about my shoulders and in the highest position, it seems to be right about my helmet / visor. I'd say you'd either need a big 'riot shield' after market screen or take the stocker off (my solution) so you're in clean air.
The foot pegs seem high - my knees don't tuck nicely into the cut-out space of the gas tank. They're pretty close to hitting the line where the convex and concave portions of the tank meet. I lowered the pegs straight down about 1.25" and that helped a lot.
The combination of the high foot pegs and high handlebars meant a very upright seating position and lot of weight was forced way back to my tail bone...add to that the crazy curvature of the seat and it's about like nailing a 2x4 to a wall and calling that a chair. I stuffed a big pile of foam through the vent holes in the front of the seat and that helped a lot. I plan to lower the handlebars shortly. So all that put together - hopefully I'll be able to go more than the current 30 minutes without wishing I was somewhere else.
Also because of the high seating position and big torso, I catch a lot of wind. It feels a little shaky at 75/80 mph, especially with 30mph gusting cross wind. I'd really prefer to be bent over a little more with a little more weight on my wrists, out of the wind some, and the weight more evenly distributed on my butt.
With all that said, over the years I've learned that ergonomics is a lot of personal taste and an inch or two can make a big difference. I've been on other forums where people say "oh, I'm 6'6" tall and I fit in that car fine" and I have to reply, "I'm 6'5" and I took the front seat out, welded in some extensions and moved it about 3" back, then did the same with the steering column" Also things that annoy one person (wind buffeting) my go completely un-noticed by someone else.
Anyway, that is my .02