So I just picked up a set of Zinn 200mm square taper crankarms (I'm 6'6" with a 37.5" inseam) and am semi-concerned about the bottom bracket breaking with the extra 15% torque they'll generate over 'standard' cranks and the fact that they are the older, less stiff square taper setup (I'm regressing from an Octalink and ISIS fleet of bikes which in theory is much stiffer/stronger). What is the 'best' or 'strongest' square taper bottom bracket in this forum's opinion? I saw some pictures of a broken ST BB where it failed along a stress riser that was an inherent design flaw. I've also seen some pictures of very nasty calf wounds down to the muscle/bone due to chainring/BB/crank failures and don't want to suffer the same fate (or fall into traffic and get run over) if something in the crank system fails spectacularly. I'm not quite Clydesdale weight but am pretty close and am an elite level amateur racer that can probably put out roughly similar torque values to some of the bigger guys here. I know track racers used to (continue to?) use square taper BBs, but they're much shorter (102mm). I'm also probably going to have to use a triple crankset length BB (110+mm) to clear my chainstay and I'm not sure if they make 'race quality' BBs in that length. Plus I'm guessing as the BB gets longer, it gets weaker. Or will the chain break before a BB ever shears? I've never had either happen to me yet (fingers crossed) and plan to keep it that way.