I've had my new OS2 Sport with the Gunnar straight blade steel fork for a week
. Managed to log approx. 200 miles. The steel fork provides a nice cushy ride without the dead carbon feel. Has the right amount of stiffness for climbing or sprinting and IMO looks cool. The only reason to get the carbon fork is if one is hung up on saving an insignificant amount of weight. Why anyone would want to put a fork glued together in Taiwan, on a frame handcrafted in the USA from tubing manufactured in the USA is beyond me.