I went with the 12-36 cassette, as 48 chainring is rather big, but looks great.
I cover about 20-25 miles daily and will see how it goes, as there are no big uphills. I will consider a 45 if this proves to hard, as this was my previous bike setup (same cassette)
The bike rides amazingly. I had no previous xperience with cromo, only what I have read in here,and I come from a Sunn D-Toxx with a kinesis rigid fork, that is super fast and loves corners, as long as everything is flat. But unfortunately our roads down here are far from flat....
(I have also builded a Scott Sub 20, and discovered with how many different pains can your body complain about your ride. Getting older and alloy frames just don't get along I guess)
Will write more info when I put some miles on it.
Cheers :beer: (no beer emoticon.....Some admin to fix that plz)