Good point tl1. but often when they (the manufacturer) say significant improvement i get skeptical. it often means they put more grease in the moving parts or named the same darn thing differently and called it a cutting edge technology.
bending the top tube and putting a few pieces of metal here an there does not qualify for significant improvement. Also, I would go with a proven well performing Blur LT than their new Blur LT with questionable improvements, especially when the price is "significantly' lower.
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