I decided to upgrade my Full Suspension bike to Carbon. Found a good deal on Backcountry.com for a 2014 Niner Jet 9 Carbon large frame in orange, about $1450 after discounts.
The plan initially was to just move everything I upgraded on the Camber to the Jet 9, which I did when I first got the frame.
2014 Niner Jet 9 Carbon – Large weighs in at 5lbs 6oz. (with PF30 to BSA adapter installed in BB)
Road the bike in Hurricane, Utah at Gooseberry Mesa and it performed well. But once I got back to LA, I ended up ordering a XX1/XO1 groupset.
First issue was removing the PF30 to BSA adapter. I read that it is permanent when installed in a carbon frame. However, I found the original manual from he bracket I ordered (GXP30 Bottom Bracket Adapter), and it said the adapter can be removed with a Park Tool BBT-90. I ended up using a half-round punch and tapped it in a circle, and it looks like it was installed with grease (not loctite), so it came out easy.
Used a BB30 press to push in the SRAM PF30 BB in with ease.
Once the BB was in, assembly of the XX1/XO1 groupset took about 2 hours.
UPDATE May 2016: Hairline crack in rear triangle. Niner warranty covered it, and replaced it with a JET 9 RDO frame.