I keep looking at PX as a TT/spare bike but all the shops say they are crap build even though they look nice (on Sat a shop guy confessed to cracking a PX seat clamp just by tightening it) and this is supposed to be a pro shop.
PX do look the mutts nutts but if it shakes your fillings out and the handling is scary, it's a no. I guess as with anything, test ride it, if it feels right, it probably is. If not, go elsewhere. As far as I am concerned, that goes for test rides too. 30 yards in the service road out back isn't a test ride, I'd want at least ten to twenty miles.
Oh, I use Ultegra. Would settle for 105 on a TT bike quite happily.
Deal Extreme do a great front for about 25 quid. Cree 900 lumens, It annoys people. A few on here have succumbed. Ref rear, I use an Exposure Flare, yeah pricey and batteries a fiver every two years from the market but great light
Does my head in unless it's winter but am I the only one who actually quite likes the fact you can just get on it after work, no lights, pump, tubes, gels, gilet, thicker gloves, overshoes, base layer, headwarmer, bottles, traffic, arseholes, yet another wee before you go, make that another dump, reset the Garmin to night time, etc.
I think I would love one that you can race on a screen and where it actually rolls with you like a video game. especially if you had blades on your shoes to dismember pedestrians and gouge the sides of cars and a machine gun in the stem for stupid pedestrians, not to mention homing missiles for penis helmet wearers. Suppose I should add smart resistance in the turbo wheel, auto incline management, powered freewheel function...............