I guess if you ride consistently above 4500 rpms, the 585's would be fun. I'm rarely, if ever up in that neck of the woods, so they don't appeal to me.
I ran 585s in a 98" dyna and didn't need to ride above 4500 RPMs to have fun. They were a very well-mannered cam, very streetable, no hot-start issues and delivered what I wanted. In a 110, I think they'd deliver even more low-end and be an outstanding choice, especially if you like to twist it on occasion. Power delivery is linear, smooth and deceptively quick.
Remember, the R&R 615/585 that everyone loves is an S&S 585 with more lift on the intake and two points more on the intake close. IMO based on the charts I've seen, the 585 with 1.7s on the intake will deliver even more on the bottom than the 615/585s and won't be giving up anything of consequence on the top end. My point - S&S 585s in a 110 would be a great choice for a cam if someone is looking for good, solid performance, good streetability and no PMS.