You can add Trek Madone (having come off a Foil which is a brutal ride), I love my 3 month old Trek - except for the bontrager brakes that I replaced with Dura-ace. Less of a go-kart type of ride, less tiring.
Except a Madone isn't an aero bike. I think the OP is interested in just aero
Well, that kind of gets in to a whole debate now doesn't it. Obviously "aero" is just as much a marketing term as it is a quantifiable element to any bike. To that end, the Madone has less drag than their old Madone, and less than the Storck recommended earlier in this thread. So its "more aero" than something.
Bikes now come on a spectrum of true aerodynamic performance. From the S5/Venge/Ar which have all tested fairly well; to the middle grounders like the Foil/Litespeed; then the "we're better than our last model" Madones/RcA of the world and finally, the I don't give a damns like the Supersix.
Some bikes are hard to quantify, like the TMR01 or Alize which did well in the recent Tour test but really wasn't up against any of the bikes that have typically done very well in the tunnel. In terms of the TMR01, its got lots of "tricks" but it seems to lack the one trick that always works, 3:1 tube shapes.