patswana said:Try riding all three yourself.
Campag Super Record is the standout!
It works better
It is more reliable
It is much less likely to have problems
If you do have problems, they can be fixed (as opposed to chuck it away and get a new one)
It is very comfortable
It is lighter
It lasts about twice as long
It looks better
You can change 4 gears at once in either direction with the RD
You'll never have issues with the gear and brake lever being the same
Comparing Dura Ace and Super Record is like comparing a Sony Vaio and an Apple MacBook Pro. Both will get the job done but the Mac is just the better option for a few dollars extra.
Now, I haven't ridden any Campag much to my eternal dismay. I simply can't afford it. However, some of what you have written is quite plainly factually misleading:
Campag is lighter - than DA, yes. But not SRAM Red which, after all, is what this thread is about. And lighter, as others have said, does not neccessarily equal better.
It is more reliable - again, versus new DA, maybe. I don't know. However, I have been riding the same SRAM Rival components for the last 12 months (c300km/week) and aside from cables and chain have not need to replace anything. For sake of even-handedness, FD shifting on Rival is rubbish.
It looks better - debatable. ATMO, new DA is damn fine looking.
Plus ca change