1) Fork (has to be 1"). What's the best aero fork out there? Andy suggests profile design.
2) Saddle. I've ridden track bikes with steeper geometry, but this is my first tt bike. What do you like for TT saddles?
3) I have campy on my other bikes, should I look at shimano for any reason?
Really nice pick!
Fork: I would look EA EC 90 Aero but that 1"...or Reynold Ouzo Pro Aero?
Saddle: SLR T1 ar Selle San Marco has similar. But TT/tri seat anyway
Brakes: Front:Oval is nice but need bit re-building. It's dangerous in stock. That cable clamp is insane and mounting system should be cut lower. Fits better then, least in EA. Rear, Cane Creek 200 SL will be enought powerfull for TT/light/slim lined for aero IF you get that for cheap but D-A is sure pick. Remember good, new brake pads first, those Oval Tectro pads smoke hardly even firts test ride on Hed H3C...Lightweight pads are way to go. Oval brake is made by Tectro so bad desing faults are NOT suprise. But they work well after 1/2 hours with hacksaw and with external cable anchor.
I like D-A's in tt-bike. Bar end sifters are 1/2 price of Campy and they seem to be better. And 55th 10s. D-A ring looks good in my bike...Tune cassette is nice too. Just dump that 11+23 and put few spacers on back of cassette...12-21 8s is them 110g.
Record's are the way for road because D-A has those ugly/crappy Sti's but for TT, I like them.
BTW, I have D-A's/EA Aero fork/Oval brake/SLR T1/Tune on my TT-bike too...and I have few 200 SL too, but they are on spare un-used now because I use my own brake system on rear.