No doubt. If anyone is seriously interested, an SRM dealer on slowtwitch is selling off 2012 models at 30% off. That works out to between $1900 and $2200 depending on which unit.
The one drawback with SRM is that the batteries in the PC7 and crank are not user replaceable unless you are comfortable with a soldering iron. Quarqs have a user-replaceable button battery. In my opinion they are not as reliable as SRM's, but service is top shelf.