After a bit of research (ok, alot, maybe a week of reading about it) I bought a Salsa Cowbell 3 handlebar to install on my CCX. I like riding on the hoods alot and the gentle flare on these make it possible without compromising comfort, unlike the big flare of the Woodchippers. The slight flare is also suppose to make riding in the drops more comfortable, which is great because I don't ride the drops at all right now because of comfort. Time will tell how well the work out, I only have an around the block spin on the bar but so far it seems quite nice.
Install was easy as replacing a handlebar. Duh. I've read that the Cowbell works the best when the flats are level or close to it. I leveled them out and did a slight rotation down as per my personal preference.
Brifters go on. I run them high on the bar as I like the transition from the tops to the hoods to be as flat as possible. Seems the most comfortable for me.
Wrap the bars and enjoy. I'll be doing a review of these bars after I've got a bunch of miles on the bars.
The Bric...._ mountain biker, road rider, heavyweight gear abuser. Built like a brick sh*thouse. No bike is safe.