I just picked up the 2011 version of the Huez from competitive cyclist. On sale from $400 to $135. I think they fit very similar to my ergo2. They are incredibly light. I haven't weighed them yet though.
For reference I use a 42.5 in the Audi and a 9.5 in the Huez.
That's actually where I got them. Unfortunately I had to return them :[ They were super light and seemed like the perfect shoe if I could only get them tighter.
I purchased a set of the Mavic Zxellium shoes from CC a while ago and they have been great. I would consider them as they seem to have a bit more padding in the upper integrated tongue section which would maybe help your fit. They are still extremely light and comfortable and breath just as well.
Yeah, I might have to go with the Zxellium. I wouldn't call them extremely light though. They claim to be around 75g heaver per shoe which is HUGE.
With the Huez... you are sacrificing comfort and conforming fit, to save weight, since they have removed most of the padding.
I'd suggest sizing down at least 1 size with Mavic, as they run big.
Yep, I sized down one size from my Sidis and it fit great. It just seems like they didn't account for the lack of padding and allow the user to tighten the upper strap more, which is why I'm wondering if Mavic figured this out for their 2012 shoes. I just need that velcro patch moved down a little bit farther.