They say good things come to those who wait, and in the case of the Garmin Vector 2 Power Meter Pedals, it's true. If you're looking to get more out of your training than just seeing where you stack up against competitors on apps, it's probably time to make the jump to a power meter, and after a few new upgrades for this year, now's a great time to choose the Vector pedals.One of the major highlights of the Vector 2 as a system is its ability to measure power coming through each leg independently. Some systems take one leg and double it to reach an overall power output, but most people have a dominant leg, and the Vector 2 will force you to confront a weaker side that could be slowing you down. Garmin's over achieving design won't let you get away with much during a ride: it knows exactly how much time you spend in and out of the saddle, where you drive power through to the pedals, as well as which part of your pedal stroke is the most powerful, and it will tell you all of that using its interactive Garmin Connect platform, which stores all of your ride data and helps you make sense of the numbers. As the Vector 2 is a pedal mounted system, you don't have to dread swapping it from your road bike to your mountain rig on a regular basis. In fact, sharing it amongst your quiver of bikes is encouraged. The whole system takes just a few minutes to install, so you can make a quick change before a ride without condemning yourself to an afternoon in the garage. Use the Vector 2 with either Look Keo or Garmin Vector 3 bolt cleats, and know quickly when the device has synced and is ready to go using the new LED indicator light.