If it works well, then I’m wrong.
Looking at the first two hills…
(How did you measure this? I see you’ve got a lot of cadence going after you dropped the sprint)
It looks like the ramp rate on the first hill (the low inertia trainer) that the flywheel/resistance you didn’t have enough ummpph to keep up with your fresh legs or you didn’t have your ‘move’ down. It is a lot less steep than the other three. The 1 sec web ‘sample rate’ is hurting us here too, but it takes 2sec to add 800w and 3sec to lower to 200w + 3 sec to get to 122. I’m thinking that +800w was mostly resistance unit since you were able to keep some power on after you spun out. It’s interesting that you’re 122w @ 80rpm after you gave up unless your legs were still flopping about - a bigger flywheel would have you unable to put any power down. Interesting here is that your cadence is decoupled from the power and the flywheel does almost nothing… is this an Elite Qubo or something? It’s an low lower Elite, Id expected it to be pretty rough under 150w or so, and I don’t see that, but it could be the 1sec sample rate.
On the second hill… what’s really interesting is that the power changes but your cadence stays steady. It must be using some pedal-weight sensor or some thing. Even when you get off it, you’re at the same cadence and drop down to 140w in 6seconds again.
This indicates they do have a true L/R power meter (load sensor) reading your pedal load. THis woudld be better than how the Neo infers the pedal position.