I have already made a review of this handlebar, but i'd like to follow up. Previously i rode with Extralite Hyperstem, 110mm, -12.
I have now changed stem to Easton EC90SL, 120mm, -10.
What come out as somewhat less predicted is the experience of stiffness. Even though i run a longer stem, the Hearo bar now feels more robust/ stiff. In any way, a longer stem should make the bar seem less stiff, but it's not the case. I would just like to recommend even the full-blown weight weenies here, go for a stiffer stem, it will reward you.
If you do sprint, a stiffer stem is a given choice for sure!
Not saying you should go for Easton, but you should consider using something stiffer than Extralite
For optics (visual appearance) and overall curve and shape, i am home with this handlebar. There is room for Sram blippers at the sides of stem mount and also a computer mount.
These requires a round mount. Further on, the bars are more oval at the top.
My 44cm version weights in at 153 grams (41.6cm over hoods centrum - centrum)
I am 84Kgs / 182cm.