Speaking of light weight, the new Rene Herse cranks are close to done. Lighter than Campagnolo Super Record, apparently.
I'll be first in line for these when they are available.
And by the way, Selle An-Atomica doesn't work for everyone. I like the cutout and flex, but the saddle digs into the back of my thighs, which gets really painful after 50 or so miles. I'm a fan of the Brooks Swallow. They fall apart quickly, especially since I ride in the rain a lot, but they are the only thing that works for me.
I was curious when they'd figure out making RH cranks and brakes etc. Cranks seems to be on the way, I think there needs to be more custom details. Need to improve more and more...
I think I'll get a SA before trying a Brooks with SA cutout because the Brooks will be a Team Pro Ti @ $315 cheapest, and cutout will cost an extra $100, add shipment costs too, and that's $450 for a paperweight if it doesn't work for me.
I really don't care about the individual sit bone movement thing, I'm happy with rigid saddles, it's just the numbness I'm mad about.
About the tights with SA, do you mean that your tights get into the cutout and are damaged with the friction from each stroke? Sorry for asking this, I really can suck at understanding in English.