Agree with all the positives you mention Suns, but you forgot to mention the other downside beside cost - the Clydesdale Q-factor. That is the main reason I won't run them.On EDIT: Okay, just read the above posts and someone is trying to use mont a GXP rotor incorrectly.
Previous post: Honestly I have no idea what the issue is that you are having.
GXP Chainrings can only go on one way correctly and the eeWings copy exactly SRAM's clocking. It's correct for any oval chainring, unless by chance they machined a batch backwards or something, in which case you have an obvious warranty claim.
If you are trying to mount a chainring in the incorrect position, that's not their problem.
I happen to think the eeWings are a good value. They are 100% reliable, they are light, they are rigid, they look great, they have great ground clearance below the pedal spindle. Would buy again just to avoid ever having a ride ruined (again) by CF cranks. Hopefully I can move them to every bike I own from here on out.
This is one of the few WW products that is all upside, with no downside except cost.