Hey, everyone, I have a Falco Peregrine HM version, I got in Oct. last year. I really love it. It's actually quite comfortable but also stiff enough for me. The frame has many clever design details that you can see only when you are close to the bike. Frame weigh 923 grams, which is not as light as Evo or R5CA, but I don't live in the mountain so it is fine. Built with some homemade G3 wheels, it was 6.7kg with pedals and Garmin 800 computer, and with Madfiber clinchers it's 6.5kg. Funny how the MF decals look purple in the sunlight.
When I built the bike, I tried a mix of Sram and Fulcrum/Campy group, with a Giant stem, which is really strong.
The short coming of the bike is the seatpost is quite difficult to set up. Also ISP is difficult to travel with. Another thing to be careful with is if you turn the fork too much, it will knock into the down tube and get a scratch.
My last bike was a Trek and a NEO. I like it much more than the NEO.
Here is a discussion I started in a Chinese bike discussion board. http://www.chinabike.net/newbbs/dispbbs ... &id=368587
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When built with Madfibers, both frame and wheels have large checked pattern. I know many people dont' like this pattern but I do.