OK, so I'm getting close to my Lynskey being delivered. I think I can swing upgrading one of the "lower end" items spec'd to save me some money. Right now, the bike is spec'd to have the FSA Omega compact crank, Gossamer brakes, and an Easton EC-70 fork. The EC-70 weighs 530 grams. They have an option of an ENVE 2.0 for $200 more, which weighs 350 grams.
If you were to upgrade one item, what would it be and why? What real-world benefits would I see? I'd rather upgrade what I can (within reason) now rather than buy one item, then upgrade it later. I think this will be cheaper long-run.
BTW, salmon pads are one of the first things I'll change when I get the bike. Wheels are spec'd at FSA RD-60's which is fine. Once I hit a weight reduction target, I'll look for some Boyd/Williams or...???? The RD-60's will be fine for now.