I am looking over an ad for the new Ossa. There is a line in the ad that is either wrong or there is some new technology around I have never heard of before. So let's see what others think of this line... "Created from cast aluminum alloy brackets that are tig welded to CR-MO steel tubing..." When did we suddenly figure out how to weld aluminum to steel? I tried in the past (more of a bet) with a MIG welder with some interesting results. I did manage a mechanical bond (basicly plug welding used as rivets) to attach the 2 pieces of metal but not a true molecular bond. We called the bet a draw as I did attach the 2 pieces of metal together with a welder but failed to truely weld them. Neither of us had to buy the other a beer over that I am also up for a bad translation as the ad doesn't really read of normal english, but still a lot better then a lot of translations.