These look interesting.
I'm a long term user of Aerolite Ti pedals. With the help of a good cycling podiatrist I'm fine with no float. Actually I like it much better than float, love the fixed in, stable feeling. Going back to my Keos on my other bike feels like riding on ice. And there's very little play, rock or give in the Aerolites. Just feel a whole lot more connected than Keos etc.
I was worried about the narrow contact area, but once clipped in to some decent carbon soled shoes (I use S Works), I don't notice that at all.
The turcite bearings work fine. Spin freely and last well. Are replaceable when they eventually need it.
The low stack height rocks for pedalling around corners. Until I go back to the Keos on my other bike....
They are relatively cheap and the service from Bill is great.
And they are so light
The only problem for me is the lack adjustment in the cleats. For me that means I need to drill my shoes and that is very difficult to get dead right. One helpful tip is that the rear edge of the Aerolite cleat lines up with the two straight edges on either side of the rear of the Keo cleat placement, but still not easy to drill it dead right.
So the point of this long OT post is that I wonder if the TriRig cleats are Aerolite compatible....