I've just been on the CampyOnly site and read about which way round the brake levers should go. An American said that it is illegal in the States to buy a bike with the right lever connected to the front brake, but the CPSC allows you to change it yourself later. I cast my mind back to testing and subsequently ordering my bike in Italy. The one I tried had the front brake on the left which felt distinctly odd so I asked for it to be changed to the right just like my other bike. Now logic says to me that in a country where you drive on the right, you would want the front (as a primary brake) to be on the right in order to let you use the left hand for signalling across the road...and obviously left-front for the UK. Is there an accepted norm? What do people do here? All I remember is that motorcyclists have right-front, and some of the pros do too, notably Cipollini. Which way do you have your bike set up?