I can find numerous examples of broken titanium 456 frames, including at least one on this forum.
I've been unable to find one broken carbon 456.
Considering it is so less resilient and more fragile, thats odd... don't you think?
So we can assume that your subjective analysis overrides a general consensus?
I was not referring to specific frames, was I?
Now make a valid comparison if you can.
You might not have been considering specific frames but the OP was, and my point was directed at him, not you.
He is mulling between a carbon and a titanium 456.
Some have raised the point that they believe carbon to be less resilient or more fragile.
I merely pointed out that the titanium version of the frame appears to be the more fragile or less resilient, given the (albeit, subjective and anecdotal evidence) view of users on the 'net.
There are lots of people that don't like carbon frames, and plenty more that don't like On-One. You would think that if the carbon 456 was prone to breakage, people would be posting pictures and gloating or you would be able to find numerous examples of broken frames very quickly... you can't.
When discussing carbon vs titanium, I'm not sure how much more valid a comparison you can make than between two frames, designed by the same person, with identical geometry with the same type of use in mind.