I just recently purchased Gerbings heated gloves and I think they're the best thing since the round wheel! I've always had a problem with my fingers going numb and actually turning white, sometimes down to the knuckle, in cold weather. For 35 years I've been doing all the usual methods of keeping my fingers warm, curling them inside the glove, holding my hands against the engine, etc. That, plus a little machoism, was my rational for not spending the bucks on anything heated.
I finally decided it was time to treat my fingers to some real warmth after I kept looking them over every time I hit the local Honda shop. Why shouldn't I treat myself and enjoy extending my season comfortably? So I broke out the credit card and did the deed. It's also worth investing in the thermostat so that the heat is adjustable rather than having to unplug or use the available on/off switch if they get too hot, which they can. I haven't felt like mounting it on my X, so I just stick it in my jacket pocket. The other neat thing is that you can pick up additional battery hook-ups for $8, attach them to any other bikes you may have, and now use the gloves on any bike you want!
You're going to break the $200 barrier without discounts, but either way, it's worth it. I've tested them down to about 36 degrees on my '82 and so far they've been perfect. Can't believe I let myself suffer this long!