I love this lever, it's lasted quite a long time too. I also liked how it came with replacement bushings and bolts. The only downside is that i have a few freidns that "overtightend" theirs to the point where the brand new lever snapped. I haven't had any trouble though.
I had a Shadow chain for about a year before it snapped. It was decently strong but i was never a fan of the looks or the fact that my chain breaker broke while trying to take some links out...Even the bike shop broke their chain tool putting it on...
I'll stick with a KMC 510hz...
I had these brakes for almost a year until i got some Odyssey's off a freind. They were nice for the first few months i had them but the spring seemed to lose power and not stay tight after awhile. The stack height was decent and i could run a 63-13 with my old Haro frame. I got rid of them eventually becuase i wanted more powerfull brakes that worked better. Oh, and the brake shoes that came with them weren't any good.
I got one of these a year or so back as a replacement for a Balance that I broke, and it was a great choice. It's very small, but feels great in your hand on seatgrabs. Also, it can take a pretty fair amount of abuse without breaking, although I did rip the cover a bit, in addition to somehow blowing out on of the staples on the front.
I've been running these cranks since early 2004, with no real issues*. They're plenty strong, and have taken abuse over the past few years in the form of pedal and crankarm grinds of all types. Although they're starting to wear down pretty badly now, to the point of needing replacing soon (probably with Wombolts) due to all of the damage I've inflicted on them, they're still holding up very well. I highly, highly recommend these cranks if you need new crank and have decided against going with Wombolts.
*Originally they did get loose quite often and develop the "Profile wobble", but this was fixed by replacing the flush bolts with the washers from Profiles and 3/8"-24tpi hex bolts from OSH.