Question for this group, are clip ons very usable for day-to-day without also providing rear sets? Seems it would change the ergonomics a good deal and not compensating for the different lean angle could be very uncomfortable. Should add also a section for rear sets?
What do you think of this ace bar, that can be adjusted in many different ways (click on the image to see a photo gallery):
Interesting idea for variability's sake, but kind of cluttered by the adjustment joints.
If I were to look for a different bar it would be to find one that fits me best, and then I would just ride with it. No need for variability once the fit is identified. So, for me, a fixed-shape bar would work just as well and offer a cleaner look.
But if you were interested in changing your geometry for different riding, then the adjustable bar might be a good idea. Not for me, though. I get used to a bike and expect it to behave and be set up in a certain way.