As I was riding to do a trail run in the Marin Headlands, I stopped in the Presidio Sports Basement and, surprise surprise, they had an EVO built up (w/ SRAM Red). The surprise is it wasn't even in the front-most display of premier bikes. Instead, it was on a display in the back with CAAD-10's. Very nice, and @ $5k, a quite reasonable price considering Red retails for close to $2k (and it's fairly easy to get a 10% discount from Sports Basement).
After I got over the sense of horror that such a beautifully optimized frame was contaminated with way too much heavy white paint, it was striking how similar it looked to the CAAD 10 hanging below it. Really, I'd have thought they were the same frame. The geometry is slightly different, and I'm sure there's subtle differences related to the different materials, but my "big picture" view didn't show any differences. They're both really good looking bikes.
Of course it was tempting to see if I could give it a test ride, but I'm always in too much of a rush to go through the painfully slow test ride process (and in any case I didn't have any ID for security with me). I'm quite curious how the ride compares to my Fuji SL/1, which I generally like.
Hmmm, I wonder if it's the EVO I ordered. They had it on display at the Marin Century which I found surprising - I thought they would've sold it by now. I was at Mike's Bikes in Palo Alto over the weekend and saw they had an EVO SRAM Red as well. I didn't see what size it was though.