I know a lot of people around here in the south where I live that not only know of people that ride, but personally ride, and WORK for Lynskey. Dont want to downplay the con-crosso because I have heard it's quite nice, but as far as lynskey goes, there quality and attention to cleanliness make them one of the most well built Ti bikes I've seen in person. I would highly reccomend it. But then again, it is your purchase in the end. Just my two cents.
Bought a medium Lynskey Pro Cross but it was a 2009 model. Nice frame so far I have only ridden it twice. Did one race on it but didn't tighten the stem bolts to the right torque so I had to drop out. Otherwise, the frame has a good combination of stiffness and suppleness...just need to do some more rides to iron out any more assembly issues!