SRAM eTap Wireless on a Cervelo P5. Wow.
With a new paint scheme for 2017 that debuted at the 2016 Tour de France under Dimension Data riders, Cervelo has upped the game. By adding SRAM's eTap Wireless shifting, the most (usable) aero bike on the market just got better.
Previously, if you wanted electronic shifting on your P5, and you wanted to run the Magura Hydraulic brakes, you were forced to either not have shifting at the brake levers, or you had to custom wire some Di2 buttons. With the eTap Blip buttons, you can have shifting wherever you want, and with no shift wires running through the frame it's bound to be a quieter riding frame. Nothing to jiggle or rattle.
E-tap Cervelo P-5. That is a no brainer.