The current Velonews Buyer's Guide contains a review by Leonard Zinn of Shimano's new Dura-Ace 7900 group. Zinn notes that the shift mechanism is now at the base of the lever, as it is on Campy and SRAM levers, and that the cable now runs under the bar tape. He then goes on to say "...there is a modest weight shift of the lever mass closer to the handlebar, resulting in a slightly lighter feel when sprinting out of the saddle." WTF! Tell me you can actually detect a weight shift by moving the attachment point of the cable a few milimeters down the lever AND that it makes a difference when sprinting. I call BS on that, I don't care how long Zinn has been around.