Getting a 105 triple front setup correctly does take some work. I've converted my Cannondale single from DA double, back to 105 triple, and it did take some tweaking. The nice thing about the 105 triple (if you could say that) is it's very good at letting you know when you're in a crossover gear. i.e NOISE.
That said I did ride my first Campy equiped bike this week. It was a Calfee CF single with Record 10. All I can say is SWEEEET. Man, I'm so glad I switched to Campy on the tandem. I think that will turn out to be the best decesion I made. Those Ergo levers just feel so comfortable in my hands. They fit perfectly. It took me a little while to get used to the shifting differences, but once I did, no problem. Of course one problem I forsee now, is having one bike with Campy, and one with Shimano. It looks like the Cannondale my be in for a Campy upgrade. Only problem is that it's being relegated to a winter training bike, and I hate the spend the $$ on it. Is there such a thing as an inexpensive Campy upgrade ?? I'm sure those two words have never been in the same sentence before, but thought I'd ask. Maybe some used parts.