I too love the feel and look of driving with aeroscreens and as I mostly drive solo I have driven in all conditions for about a year.
It is easy to remove the screen on the 9 stud type windscreen pillars ,cut the heated screen wires and fit a snap connector to quickly connect if you choose to refit the screen.
Aeroscreens (Brooklands type) are about Â£75 a pair and you have to drill the crash pad to fit...I also supported the underside with a plate.
The screens are secure and do not move at 100+ mph !!
I use the tonneau cover which keeps the heat in the cockpit in winter and 60mph feels like 160 mph.
Always wear googles and I suggest a crash helmet for fast motorway journeys in case of flying objects.
Even when it rains as long as you are on the move there is not much water ingress.
I wear a Dickies waterproof insulated suit for wet weather journeys and have recently had heated seats fitted by Allon White
I found the folding windscreen very unsatisfactory: the fold is just at eye level and reflections on the glass is an issue.
Having said all that I have an early morning pickup from Leeds Airport tomorrow morning ..it will be raining and it has to be in the Morgan so I removed the aeroscreens,refitted the windscreen hood and wipers ..and it only took 20 mins.
So in conclusion: DO IT !!!..for exhilarating driving experience at legal speeds !!!