Not too bad looking. Still not getting that hidden brake thing on the rear, but that's just me.
It's not just you. It's just a really dumb and unnecessary placement of a rear brake. Hard to adjust and crap gets thrown all over the place down there. And given that they say they don't do it at the front because it doesn't work as well, then they go do it at the rear... makes no sense. I love Colnago, for sure, but I'll slam a poor design no matter who adopts it.
There's an awful lot of "new technology" being pushed in the bike industry these days. Not too much of it is really making things "better" imo.
However, I will say that Colnago's solution to the pressfit bottom brackets is one of the best designs I've seen so far, yet it is still a solution developed to deal with the problems of press fit as opposed to an actual improvement on the tried and trued threaded BSA bottom bracket design. Basically, they are adding a layer to the between the bare carbon and the bearings, and threading in an insert which will then accept the various bb standards. This does two things... First... it means that even if the races/cups or whatever where the bearings fit eventually wear out, this part is replaceable, as opposed to bearings being pressed directly into the frame and potentially rendering a frame useless once this wears beyond a given tolerance while providing a much more solid interface between frame and bearings. The second thing it does is provide a finely machined ROUND surface for which to press the silly pressfit bb's into. Hopefully, fingers crossed... this may be a better solution to fix the abundance of creaking problems associated with these things. I'm anxious to see how it plays out in practice.