Back to the OP - we tried these out on our elevator and 4-bar climber. They’re exactly what we were hoping for in both subsystems. We also swapped to 4-NEO drive and will see how that works this weekend. The embedded encoder and weight are the #1 & #2 reasons we like the NEO ecosystem (though cable management is a learning process). With that said, they probably won’t replace every motor we use.
The 775PRO / Redline will always be seen on our bot - they’re still great and less to manage for high-speed systems that do not need sensor feedback directly on a controller (intakes & belt systems). The BAG is still a super-easy-to-replace, lightweight, take-a-beating type of motor. It will still be seen on low/medium-load wrists via the SRX because the VersaPlanetary ecosystem is so great. MiniCIMs may be seen in certain “hold position” scenarios. CIMs are probably done-for.