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Thorough, which may be its Achilles heel
on 26 April 2011
Most people who've bought (invested in) a power meter will take the time to read this thoroughly, but it certainly takes some reading. That said, it is a very comprehensive coverage.
It also plugs their own Training Peaks software, while mentioning a similar - but free - product in passing. I haven't bought their software, but instead use the free Golden Cheetah software, which seems to have almost equivalent functionality.
Having bought an SRM power meter instead of a new bike, it has confirmed that I am middle-aged, overweight (ie. have a poor power:weight ratio) and unfit. Objective measurement can be cruel sometimes.