I would assume you're talking about the Helix. A great single-handed rod. But, T&T also has two more multi-piece double-handed rods. They have a 13' 9 weight 4-piece and a 14' 9 weight 5-piece. I played with the 14' rod for awhile and felt it was much better overall spey rod than some of the rest of their rods, which tend to be too fast for me. This is a terrific rod and will pack down well under 38'. Otherwise, I didn't see as much innovation as at most previous shows, probably due to the political/economic times we're in. New reels by Gilmore and Alutechnos. Van Staal finally has the C-Vex they've been advertising actually out in the marketplace. New spey lines from SA, Air Flo and Rio, but they've been covered in depth here before, except for maybe the Air Flo. They've taken their previous Salmon Taper, which was in their lineup for years until the Delta lines came along this past year, and changed it into a Delta-type forward taper, with a 80' plus front taper. Air Flo also has 14' salmon polyleaders in all (or at least most) of the densities.
There obviously was a lot more, but that's what I think speyfishers will be most interested in. Oh, and Winston dropped their previous spey rods except for the db Favorites and a couple of new ones under their Ibis label (at $495.00 retail!)
Hope this helps!