After months of waiting and hours of sweating building the thing, here she is! Super Record EPS has been 'coming next week' since February, but I finally got hold of it.
I am bound to say that EPS is fantastic of course, but it is! Step change over mechanical? Probably not actually, but the best gear change you can buy right now and very clever. Easy to set up, very intuitive. Really like the clean lines of the internally routed frame, despite the battery mount, which is nice and low so doesn't change the weight distribution too much.
I chose to mount the control unit laterally under the bars under the computer. Not sure why you don't see more of this because it is nicely hidden away, in-line with the wires and you can see the LED's when sat on the bike.
Rides like a dream. Smooth, light and comfortable.
So to confirm and dispel some myths based on very initial observations:
1) PF BB30 doesn't creak, but isn't that much stiffer that I can tell over a traditional threaded BB.
2) The tapered head tube looks cool, but isn't much stiffer than a traditional 1, 1/8 that I can tell.
3) Moots really do weld like nobody else.
4) This is an obscene amount to spend on a pedal cycle!
Will try to weigh it when I can, but it certainly isn't UCI legal.
Frame - Moots RSL
Fork - ENVE Tapered 2.0
Aheadset - Chris King Inset 7
Chainset - Campagnolo Super Record Ti (175mm, 53/39)
Pedals - Time iClic Carbon Ti
Front Deraileur - Campagnolo Super Record EPS (Parlee Carbon Clamp)
Rear Deraileur - Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Shifters - Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Brakes - Campagnolo Super Record
Chain - Campagnolo Record
Cassette - Campagnolo Super Record (12/25)
Wheels - Lightweight Standard III
Tyres - Continental Competition 22mm
Stem - Moots SL Road (120mm)
Bars - Zipp SL Carbon Traditional Bend (46cm)
Seatpost - Moots Ti Layback
Saddle - Fizik Arione
Grips - Deda Cork