There's more to a bike than weight and head angle. It's not all things to all men, and there are far fare better riding bikes out there. Some have steeper HT angles, some are heavier. Some don't cost £6K and don't have avid brakes and in-house wheelsets.
Yeah and they've also got the leverage rate perfect, they run a bearing in the rear shock eye and there is no rotation in the front shock eye (I'll let you work out what that does for suspension sensitivity). The spec on that bike is great apart from the fork. Maybe you should ask all the SRAM pro's how they cope with such crap brakes? In house wheel set? They have DT internals/spokes and the rims, while not Enve tough, are pretty durable for carbon.
What would you rather ride then?