Ok guys, I know I'm searching for what everybody wants, a lightweight and strong handlebar that is not made out of carbon. All of my riding is cross country training and racing, no big drops or anything. I'm currently riding an Easton EC90 Monkeylite SL at 135 grams. It has been great, but I'm going on two years with it and I'm mega-paranoid about breaking it, especially after reading some of the horror stories about carbon that I've seen posted on this site. So, I'm in the market for a good aluminum bar (not interested in paying $118 for titanium). What experience do you all have with strong and lightweight aluminum? I'm currently leaning towards the Raceface Straight Bar (145 grams), the Titec Enduro XC (140 grams), the Titec Hellbent XC (200 grams), or the Titec Hellbent Flattracker (195 grams). I ruled out Easton because I've heard their eluminum is too flexy, and I've ruled out Ritchey because I can't navigate their crappy website. Any other suggestions? Any experience with the Raceface or Titec bars I mentioned? Thanks!