Thank You all for the posts.
I expected that majority of the forum will be for electronic.
As I wrote in the OP, I am a happy user of mechanical system. Actually there is no issue....no reason to go to electronic.
I have ridden the EPS few times.....well, I do not see any performance advantage over mechanical....even front shifting is "just OK"....I am not blown away but the performace of the EPS FD. Yes, it adjusts itself acc. to postion of the chain, but I do not see any difference in the speed and reliabilty of the small/big shifting.
Anyway, there are some nice features of the electronics which makes me think about it:
1) I like the EPS shifter body shape and the additional room for fingers between brake lever and bars (the shifting levers are smaller)
2) the set up is basically "install and forget"....no cable tension, no changing cables twice a season (I dont mind the battery charging)
3) the front der. adjusting itself acc. to position of the chain
4) the electronic is COOL
So, I am really stuck between Mechanical vs. Electronic .... I see EPS has some nice features but the price for this features is so much higher (mechanical Super Record groupset is cheaper than "just" Record EPS kit (no cranks, no brake callipers).
Buying the Super Record mechanical gives me NEW multi-option cranks (standard-compact chainrings).
If I decide to buy Record EPS, I will have to use my current cranks....honestly, I know myself....I will want the the new cranks = much more money spent
And finally, I am pretty much sure, Campagnolo will issue a new EPS next year. This fact is also important for me....I do not want to spent so much money to have an "outdated groupset for a full price"
Life is soooo difficult!