Love it. Not cheap of course, but the occasional 20% coupon at the full-retail sites reduces the sting a little, and honestly it's decent value for the weight. Two things to think about: most MTBers riding carbon cranks off-road want some sort of hard plastic boot on the crank ends, and I haven't found one that fits. How much that matters to you, depends on how hard you shred. I'm primarily a roadie with some fire roads, so I'm ok with it. Second, it comes with some plastic film to protect the arms and this is rather short-lived. I had to peel one off, about to do the other, and replace with something tougher, stickier, and with more coverage.tomh79 wrote: ↑Mon May 13, 2019 10:18 amHow do you like that FSA crank? Also thinking about buying it...Easton wouuld be best I suppose but so expensive. 48/30 combo with 11-36 would be awesome. Wondering if it would work - since Shimano will release a 31/48 - if they could make it work with the new FD...they probably would have released a 30/48...fourfa wrote: ↑Mon May 13, 2019 6:55 amI've been riding this very happily with DA 9120 shifters, DA 9100 FD, Ultegra RX800 RD, FSA SL-K 46/30 crank (630g). 11-36 on my 650B x 47 gravel wheels, 11-32 on my 700C x 28 road wheels. Shifting is great. No experience with GRX yet, but I imagine it has to be the same or better?
(If you're tempted to play with the rings like I am, I'll just note it's cheaper to buy the 48/32 crank and replace the 32 with a 30, than to buy the 46/30 crank and replace the 46 with a 48. Just sayin)