I wouldn't say so though. The way the Taiwanese press/news coverage for anything remotely new by the local companies is somewhat similar to what you see at Interbike ... small little things get praised to the high heavens- as long as they are local, even if its no big deal at all. They had a much higher exposure level for their Arsis range debut a few years back, but comparatively, this is a much more mature product comparatively after trying them out at the stand. Hence, it was kind of weird that they had so little coverage / exposure at the show.
Their older product never measured up. That they've managed to knock off a SRAM Campy ergonomic is worse yet.
There have been a few folks that have tried to rebadge the older stuff and at days end, the function was simply poor as new and durability wasn't a strong point with a team that was using it in the US.
I tried a couple of versions and it was inferior to the lowest quality groups by any of the 3 major suppliers.
It sounds like there are a couple of big fans of the company here, but I wouldn't build a bike with any of their existing product if it were given to me for free... I would run 5 year old used Force or 105 or centaur and be loads happier with function and more trusting in the durability.