Realize it's not the most current thread and it's kinda evolved a bit from the original post, but figured I'd add my "vintage" Super-V comments as well. Long time Cannondale snob and lusted after the Super-V ever since I saw the first one at the LBS.
Quick flash back to 1992, college student, limited resources, but one of my roommates and long time friends along with myself figured it was time to get serious about MTB riding. He scooped up a real nice Giant ATX (with the cool marblized paint scheme), but I had my mind set on a Cannondale. After some searching, found a good deal on the last '92 metallic blue M700 around and brought it home. Over the years upgraded to a Manitou-4 fork, seat upgrades, etc. Held on to that beauty for circa 2009 and got the itch for a road bike, didn't have a lot of spare funds and sold off the M700 to offset the road bike costs. Serious sellers remorse immediately, should never have sold her. Been trying to buy it back with little success ever since.
Anyway, my cousin had bought a very nice '99 or '00 SuperV-500 and immediately upgrade to a CDale Downhill fork and the lightweight banana swing arm (which he still has to this day, even though Cannondal re-called them and most people took them back). To say I was jealous is an understatement. But no way a SuperV was in my budget. Couple years later I had a co-worker that bought a SuperV-700sx (on my advice) and I pestered him for several years to sell it to me. One day he finally relented and it's in my posession now (and will never leave!).
Currently it's not used as much off-road as I would prefer, but it does get used quite a bit in general running errands and rides with the kids. Looking at adding a rear disc setup soon and possibly re-gearing it as well. As tempting as a modern 29er would be, no way I'll ever sell this beauty just to fund a different bike, learned my lesson well from my M700 fiasco.
Great to see so many SuperV's getting used, refurbished, and taken care of.