After a lot of deliberation for a new do-it-all bike and narrowing it down to a cx, I finally placed an order on a Rose Pro DX Cross 3000. It arrived this weekend, after 4.5 weeks of waiting (standard delivery times from Rose, though they did list the frame as in stock and then told me it wasnt!) and it has been for its first ride. It was well packaged and had been well set up with no need to fiddle with cables etc. I liked the fact your can spec frame size, bar width, gear options etc.
I'm impressed! I wasnt sure how I would find a cross bike, especially ordering without trying it (though I never tested my Nicolai and Cotic), but it is good. We did 20 miles yesterday both on and off road and I didnt find the ride harsh at all (was a bit worried about about the aluminium, but it has a bit of flex, combined with the carbon post and fork). It was confident off road and accelerated on road with me able me to pull away from my much fitter husband on his rigid mountain bike. Brakes felt positive in the wet and mud - which is very impressive considering how scared I am of my road bike. Internal cable routing is nice and helped for the short bit of carrying. Overall I am very impressed. I know a few people have asked for a full review as there aren't many in English, so I'll be sure to post something a bit longer when I have done a few more rides on it.
For info, I got them to change the rear cassette to 11-32 (11spd), which also needed the mid-length rear mech (I am unfit and its hilly here). I also got them to put a woman's saddle on it, which was about £30 difference. The stand over height is quite high - I ordered a 54 cm and I have a 32-33" inside leg and have a couple of inch clearance. The husband is an inch shorter and would also want a 54 cm, but got left with no stand over when he tried it.