Dave, we did test a newer version of the EE crank than we had in the previous review, but decided to omit it since the production version is still slightly different. We hope to have a production version shortly to test in the next round along with a few others.
I’d also like to point out that we’re looking at pretty much the stiffest cranks on the market. This review focuses on a an average deflection range of about 0.2 to 0.3 but other cranks tested have been in the 0.45 range. This upper end of the range is where square taper cranks tend to fall. I only mention this because square taper is still popular with a lot of track cyclists where wattages are higher and events are often decided by very small margins.
Here’s a set we’re doing with custom Tune parts, that isn’t quite complete but all the parts are here and I just have to build the front wheel. These will be for one of our Interbike projects this year.