Below are my favorites from the show. For more pictures, click here for the gallery.
Zukas Cycles - steel frame by Nate Zukas out of Augusta, GA, built up with Campy and Boyd Cycling wheels. The frame had several nice touches like the curved seatstays, clean internal cable routing and a cleverly placed seatpost clamp. This one had a Gulf blue / Ferrari red paintjob (and Ferrari font for the logos) which was stunning in person as well.
Mosaic Cycles - steel frame out of Boulder, CO, built up with Campy Super Record and Bora Ultra 35 wheels. No nonsense build right here.
Cherubim - stainless steel "Racer" frame out of Japan, built up with Shimano Di2 and Rolf wheels. I could have lived without the disc brakes (with cool looking carbon rotors and all), but lust-worthy nonetheless.
Holland Cycles - titanium Exogrid frame out of San Diego, CA, built up with Shimano Di2 and Enve 6.7 wheels. A lot of work seems to go into these frames and the final product looks outstanding.
Results from a new test by the German Tour magazine. It seems aero frames make a small difference; whether or not this translates to real life gains is up for debate. But when you are racing, every second counts...