Folks thanks for the compliments!
the green and the wheels are nice. i think your aeroad looks better, sloping top tubes on small frames don't really do it for me...
I have to agree with on this one. Im not one for sloping top tubes my self. On bigger frames it is not as evident but on this frame which is XS its gone way beyond my aesthetics boundary. I am far more pleased with the looks of my aeroroad.
But I guess my main goal with this bike was to have a functional WW bike with di2. I rode it yesterday for the first time and I was NOT disappointed. Its much stiffer in the front end compared to the aeroroad. The Aeroroad is already a very comfortable frame but this frame is in a different league in that department, it is so vertically compliant its like riding on a suspension bike. There is one road here in Brighton that looks more like a potato field and this bike was hovering over all those potholes. Add the slick shifting and yes, its a marvel to ride. But Im not 100% proud of its looks. So when I wanna pick up girls I take the aeroroad
Wheels are amazing! They feel even stiffer than my CCU's.
As for my position. The contact points are dialled in to be pretty much on par with my other bikes. The amount of seat post is normal considering the amount of slope there is in the frame. Guess with this design you save some extra weight without compromising stiffness.