I've been a big fan of Capo stuff for the past few years, so I decided to pick up their Modena Long Sleeve Jersey. My riding ability does not quite warrant a splurge on Italian styling, but I was lucky enough to pick it up on sale online. I confirmed that Capo is keeping the Modena line, but will releasing some updates to color and design this spring.
The company's new Serie A line is similar to Modena. Color and design are different, but the materials (Winter Quattro fabric) and cut appear to remain the same.
The Modena and Serie A lines are Capo's entry level products, but don't take "entry level" too literally. I've ridden plenty of entry-level gear over the years and this stuff looks and feels very pro to me.
I've been out on two 25+ mile rides this winter so far and think I've got it pretty dialed in. With a base layer I was very comfortable with temps in the upper 40's. When the wind picked up a bit, I did put on a wind-front vest and felt perfect. You could probably sub a wind front base layer and achieve the same results.
The fit was looser than I expected. I wear a Large in summer Capo gear since it is more fitted than standards cuts like Pearl Izumi (I wear a Medium in Pearl). This jersey has a larger neck and more room in the chest, which can get bunchy and make it difficult to layer over.