Early review of the 32" KP classic circs for magic loop socks:
I dyed and blow dried my kool aid sock yarn yesterday. (It's superwash so I figured the hair dryer wouldn't hurt the wool -- I just couldn't wait to get started!) I decided to try two-at-once toe-up socks, and had no problem casting on for both socks using the 32 inch circ. I've only completed a few rows so far, but I don't think cable length is going to be an issue. The cables are sooooo flexible, and the joins are hardly noticeable. The work glides easily. This was the first time I've used fingering weight yarn, so I really appreciated the pointy needle tips too.
Overall, I give the needles a 4.5 out of 5. Why not a 5? I can't give them a 5 yet because I still have lots of sock to knit -- it's possible that I'll have problems later when I start to negotiate the heels or something. I'll update this post if I encounter any problems or if my opinion changes. But so far so good.