I love that mid air feeling when you hit a drop with a carbon fork and you wonder how Yeti's share price is going.
You don't ride gravel with a full-face and a mouth-guard in?
On topic - I have a Bombtrack carbon fork on my gravel bike. Externally the build quality looks
good, but inside the steerer looked pretty average. Not faulty as such, just a bit messy with the lay-up (the plastic bladder was still in it FFS...). I wouldn't want to send drops on it, but it has held up to some overly-enthusiastic (poorly judged?) riding over repeat babyhead rocks - which was pretty punishing with 44c tyres so my confidence in the strength of the fork is now good. Annoyingly it came without a steerer plug or axle which was pretty disappointing, but it was
mentioned in the spec-sheet of the fork on the Bombtrack website (I should have checked) , and luckily it takes a standard size RockShox Boost axle. Steerer plug was a PITA though, it's a thicker-walled steerer/smaller ID than what the steerer plugs typically available will fit into. I ended up bonding a tapped aluminium insert into mine, but I imagine that what not suit everyone's needs, haha.