New Xert user here.
I was mind-blown when I saw how Xert could predict when I would be at my limit. I imported power files from workouts were I really gave my all, and the MPA curve just touched the power curve at the moment where I gave up. Nothing but amazing.
So I bought a Garmin 530 to see Xert metrics when doing outdoor rides. One of the most interesting metrics must be time to exertion (TTE). Please correct me if I’m wrong. As far as I understand, the Garmin app lets you see the TTE at a pre-defined power output, e.g. 500 watts. It would be a lot more useful if this power number was not pre-defined.
Wouldn’t it be interesting to see the TTE for real-time power numbers? Then I could see that I’m going to blow up in X seconds if I continue the current power output. Yes, you can see the current MPA now, but the app does not say when MPA will equal the current power output.