Not a budget helmet, not an expensive helmet, but a great helmet! This thing has really good ventilation and is super light. I had a hard time finding a good helmet for my noggin due to a large ridge on the back of my skull. Most helmets weren't able to go down far enough below the ridge, but THIS helmet fit so well. Would recommend.
I have been wearing Cento bibs exclusively for several years now. The cento bibs have the most padding, 10 mm rather than 8, of any Assos model which I prefer. Also the straps on the Cento model are particularly wide and comfortable. The evo are a noticeable improvement over the s7. The front kudu pocket is a lycra type material rather than fabric, the padding is black and the straps even better than the s7, which themselves were excellent wide and comfortable. Note that the sizing is based on height and not weight or waist size. The bibs fit better if not bought larger than recommended, the padding will seat, position better. I'm 5'7 and medium is the recommend size for me and fits me better than large (which I also own). Although the s7 are still being sold and are a bit cheaper, I feel the evo are worth the additional cost. When Assos makes improvements, the improvements address technical issues and are not simply cosmetic marketing.
I bought a Kask Mojito a few years ago based on the high recommendation of my bike mechanic who is also a friend. From day one that helmet clearly was outstanding on every front. It was light in weight, comfortable on my head, had plenty of vents to keep my head cool, and did not slip or slide around once in place and adjusted. In December 2018 while riding my bike I was hit by a car who made a left turn into my bike lane as I was descending at 50 mph. I rode smack into his passenger side door, my carbon fiber Trek broke in two and I was thrown off landing on my back breaking eight ribs, left scapula, shoulder, left jaw, five front teeth and suffering a concussion. My lungs also collapsed. The ambulance rushed me to a trauma center where I stayed in the ICU for one week. The surgeon told me my helmet saved me from suffering extensive head trauma. Two months later I was ready to get back on my bike but I had thrown away my Kask Mojito and needed a new one so I found my size Small at Western Bikes. The only difference is that it is the Mojito X but I love it just like my first Mojito. Currently Im in Japan on a 12 day bike journey from Izumi Kagoshima to Kyoto. My Kask Mojito x is with me!