My 10-year-old Campy full fingered gloves started coming apart this winter so I looked for something similar. I like Castelli's CDS pad layout (I have a couple pair of their Corsa Rossa gloves) so the Perfetto looked promising. I've worn them on every ride except one unusually warm day since Christmas. Every Castelli apparel I have is sized large (I'm 5'9, 160 pounds) where in US companies (e.g., PI, Hincapie) I take a medium. On one hand, I'm looking forward to a warmer Spring where I can shed a layer and get back to half-finger gloves. On the other hand, the Perfetto's are great. I hope they last as long as my old Campy's.
Wow! I had promised myself that as a resolution to restart my biking hobby and get back to healthy, I would get a nice pair of road shoes. My original shoes were 6 years old and i really had no complaints. They were a pair of Bontragers, on the lower end of their scale. I have a wide foot, so I was skeptical buying on-line. But these Genius Mega shoes are amazing. Such a better fit and more stability out of the saddle that I didn't even know I was missing. If I could give them higher than a 5 I would. One hint that almost kept me from buying. Some comments on-line complain about the tongue rubbing the front of the ankle. Yup. That was true. Very uncomfortable. Then I noticed that the manual suggests to cut the tongue through the slots already on the edge of the tongue. 2 minutes later and all is good, although it baffles me why sidi didn't do this in production. A great shoe you wont regret.
It is a nice, light helmet. The MIPS feature is a plus. The back head cradle retention system does loosen. I have noticed this in other Lazer helmets too. I find myself having to tighten it often during a ride.