ok, i have a spare 5 mins and i'm on the pc rather than phone. I've not had any experanice with the on-one though.
I've owned the Canyon AL29 (8.9) for 14 months now. Initially i had a warrenty issue with the DT Swiss for straight out of the bike box, which obivously gave me doubts about Canyon as a company. However Canyon UK delt with the issue quickly and efficently and within a couple of weeks i had a swiftly repaired fork back from Pace. you can read a bit more about it here: link
I've had no issues with the fork or any other of teh original components since and iirc they've ditched the DTSwiss in favour of Rock Shox for 2013.
As for components, its the usual Canyon Value for money although i have spent a few bob on upgrades over the last year, not because anything was 'bad' rather it wasnt to my taste - i've changed the bars (to lighter weight carbon ones), the chainset to XO with a slightly higher ratio (26/38 rather than the supplied 22/32), the rear cassette to an xt 11/32 rather than 11/36, rear mech to a shadow+ and the saddle to a selle italia sl.
The frame is the highlight of the bike though for me. Its what originally led me to buy this bike over a Niner Air or Singular Swift i was looking at at the time. There really are loads of 'high end' details, tapered head tube, bolt through axel, press fit bb, square to round seattube etc. etc. in fact imo if it didnt have the Canyon name on it, it could be mistaken for many top end manufactures. The anodised finish has been great, its not really got a blemish on it although the repaceable downtube protector is starting to peel (spares avalible on the canyon web site).
As for how it rides..... I've done around 1500-2000 miles in a mixture of commuting (30miles a week) and off road stuff around Bristol (Ashton Court LEigh woods etc) and around 10+ trips to larger trail centres in south wales and southern uk. I couldnt tell you if its the 29er wheels but its the best hardtail i've owned in the last 20+ years - very stable, climbs like a beast etc. The only negative is that the breaks over heat on some of the more technical welsh decents but thats prob down to me not the bike.