ok - so only a few rides so i am not ready to actually review.
love it but like anything french it's idiosyncratic.
also - anything i have to say about it in terms of my other bikes is probably less about the look than about how good 'regular' bikes have become since i had a 585 and a different stable of journeymen rides.
15.2 as seen (well, with the water bottles completely empty) - not bad for an xl w/ a 13cm stem. (madfiber wheels currently curing)
airone saddle - not compromising comfort for weight there.
full-length brake cable housing - i don't know why companies still do this, even for internal.
look chainring (made by praxis) - very pretty and shifts great but not the lightest (no, i didn't gram count).
frame protection - put zenbc's carbon shelter on the downtube, inside the fork crown, on the chainstay bridge, and as a partial chainstay protector - a few places i regularly ride have loose gravel and sand and i'd rather err on the side of protection (my supersix has received some sandblasting i wish to avoid on the look).
tacx tao bottle cages - yeah, i just like how they work.
skull-cap - have to have it.
the fork - this thing is insanely light.
the stem - incredible given how solid it is.
madfiber wheels - well, when they get mounted.
control tech skewers - old 5mm non-qr.
kéo blade ti pedals - sick, seriously.
what's a push:
crank - it's an impressive bit of kit but not sure if the whole thing (bearings, lockrings, etc.) is any lighter than the 7900 or sisl as a whole.
deda newton shallow bars - there are lighter, there are heavier, i love how these feel.
r-sys slr wheels - the r-sys sl wheels are lighter and there are dozens of wheels that people love which weigh less/same for about the same price but i love mavic and damn do they look good in black.
7900 - works for me, not a fan of sram, the thumb shifter of campy gives me cramps, and it works.
will review more once i have more miles but i'm not buying another bike where you have to cut the seat mast like this again - it's set up fine but an external clamp like time or ridley or anyone else offers an ease of adjustment that this just doesn't afford - that being said i have no worries about the post slipping as my ample ass weighs heavily upon it.
that's it for now - of course it's pouring today so all bike related activities will be limited to rubbing it with a diaper.