I am looking for some comments here... My front wheel got caught in a groove so I had a very low speed fall. My left crank became loose and I discovered stripped threads in my crank spindle, which on my SRAM Force GXP is on the expensive right crankset. I am using a SRAM Team BB (GXP). As I was one foot pedalling to get home, I sadly wondered how long his would take to get fixed and how much it would cost!! Looking online and at the second market in my city/country I found that: - Like many riders I liked my SRAM crank but not the SRAM Team BB. I never found it spun very smoothly when tightened and my constant fiddling with the crank may have caused the threads to weaken resulting in its early demise. I am sure some user error on my part too! - GXP is not common at all here, a subtlety which I didn't know before. Almost all the SRAM stuff here is BB30. - I could pickup the same SRAM force crankset brand new on eBay at good close out prices but then I think I am stuck with the GXP BB, which due to my negative experience I am not so happy about. Compatible hubs from Chris King and Hope look good but are expensive, harder to source, and I have never used them. POSSIBLE SOLUTION: I can buy a used DuraAce 7800 crank and DuraAce 7800 BB at a good price, both which get rave reviews. While I am not 100% happy about mixing components, since I am using SRAM brifter and FD this combination should be fine right? After getting stuck on the road this week I really want a smooth spinning crankset/BB. I looked for Silvio 2 pics with the Ultegra or DuraAce hollowtech crankset but couldn't find any. Anyone have one?