I received my Motobecane Turino on Tuesday and have been getting it sorted out and having a great time with it. The bike was a replacement for my stolen bike, a Kinesis Tripster which was a lot like this Turino, so I was looking forward to putting that episode behind me and making some riding comparisons. In terms of differences, the Turino Team is lighter (between 22-23 lbs with my Performance alloy cleats and 1 lb 8 oz Turbo saddle/alloy seatpost combination), it has great brakes (hydraulic vs mechanical disc), and it is 11-sp with Ultegra derailleurs and, of course, the ST-RS685 hydro/mechanical shifters (notable because these are the first Shimano road shifters to combine hydraulic braking and mechanical, not Di2, shifting).
My son and I rode yesterday around town and shot some pics. With the 28c tires inflated to 100 psi, I hadn't anticipated doing any "gravel" riding. But that didn't stop me from trying! Haha
After the ride, I checked out the condition of the rear derailleur, which had taken a good thrashing in the gravel (abruptly "put to sleep" derailleur side down), and learned that it has a pretty tough finish.