Background: I have a Pista that's a few years old, and the components have definitely taken a beating. I'm going to do a complete overhaul, drop a nice chunk of change, and then a year down the road get a fancy track frame. Basically, everything aside from my Chris King headset is probably going to be replaced in the next couple of months.
The first stop is going to be the drivetrain. I was going to go with Sugino 75 cranks mated to a Phil Woods bb, but saw a good deal on a FSA pro carbon track crankset and went with that instead. I know that their road cranks are pretty good, but don't know anything about the track crankset and it's hard to find info. Did I screw myself over with going to FSA for their crank/ring/bb? Last time I had experience with the company was almost 10 years ago, and it was pretty overwhelmingly negative.
Next step is a phil/Velocity-V wheelset, some carbon fiber bits (stem/seatpost/fork), and a lightweight seat. I'd welcome any advice in that regard as well.