Longtime Assos fan here.
I believe the latest iteration of the Cento Evo has a few improvements from the previous (pink chamois) version.
To me they seem a little tighter, more compressive and I think they went back to the slightly longer, more traditional leg length.
My favorite thing about the Cento bibs is the KuKu Penthouse which, along with the more breathable fabric on the outside of this region has been a revelation. I think on this most recent version the KKP is slightly lager and even more comfortable.
Breathtakingly expensive, I know but if you can work it (wait for them to go on sale!) highly recommend.
I believe that the fit and the chamois are the two most important qualities of a pair of bike shorts and the ASSOS T Equipe Evo excel in both departments. The fit is compressed but not tight and feels very natural in riding position. The pads are pretty average in thickness but the way it is attached and the way it moves with you make it the most comfortable chamois amongst my bibs (Rapha and Castelli). There is a lot of packaging and marketing printed on the box (yeah, the bibs comes in a very elaborate box-perfect for making an unboxing youtube video if you are into that kind of thing- I have already bought the bibs so you don't really need to sell me anymore on it-what a waste of materials-so please recycle the box. And I never quite understand the purpose of the eyewear holders on the shoulder straps-am I supposed to wear the bibs over my jersey so I can use them to hold my sunglasses, or should I wear the bibs like everyone else and have to unzip my jersey to put my sunglasses on the holder so they get crushed under my form-fitting jersey?
My second pair of Assos and I am a very satisfied customer. They are my new go to pair of bibs. My first pair I used for 2 yrs solid for Sat and Sun rides because none of my other shorts came close to the Assos comfort, fit and tightness on my legs. So washing them after every ride eventually took their toll on the them and they began to wear on the hip area and eventually on the butt to the point where a small hole developed. That pair is now reserved for spin class and shorter weekday rides. I will eventually buy a second pair because the difference is very noticeable between the Assos and my Pear Izumi bibs. These bibs are worth the extra $$, treat your butt to a pair.