1 1/8" threadless headset (why on earth do they make only 1"?)Alloy seatpostRecord level silver brake calipersSilver hubs with lower hole countsCompact triple crankset12-30T 11-speed cassette
A true cross country/commuting crankA "legacy" group 7-speed/DT shifter
A practical suggestion for Campagnolo is that they produce an 11 speed option which can be used by Junior category racers (restricted gearing), they could produce a 14-up cassette to go with the 52-tooth chainring, or a 13-up cassette, to go with the 48-tooth chainring. The latter option was still there with the older 10s compact cranks and standard 13-36 cassette. A limited market perhaps, but it's there, and it is a mistake for Campy to neglect it.
I am glad for the silver alloy Athena option. While I go out of my way to find NOS sqaure taper cranksets from the modern golden age for most of my bikes, that is 9/10spd Centaur/Chorus/Record in alloy, the 11spd stuff works very, very well.