I just took delivery this morning of my '09 Redline Conquest Pro. All I have done is remove the spoke protector and wheel reflectors, installed my pedals (and lights and computer), and test ridden it for a couple of miles.
First impression: The workmanship and finish on this bike is excellent. The website does not do it justice. It's a quality piece! Handles nice at all speeds. Has more toe overlap than I expected. I had ordered a SRAM crankset to replace the FSA stock unit, but I'm returning the SRAM. The FSA seems to be a quality crank and it shifts great.
First impression of SRAM shifting: This is my first experience with SRAM road shifters. I've been a Shimano road guy forever. My impression of double-tap? It's no better and no worse than Shimano's shifting. It's just different. I reckon they had to do SOMETHING to keep from infringing on Shimano's patents. It works. I'm sure I'll be happy with it -- except for those times I'm desperate for a shift and absent-mindedly try to move the brake lever.
First impressions are positive.
But, no, there aren't any photos. Whine all you want. There will still not be any photos.