VeloNews has the USA roster for the worlds:
Chris Horner (Bend, Ore./Davitamon-Lotto) Fred Rodriguez (Emeryville, Calif./Davitamon-Lotto), Christian VandeVelde (Boulder, Colo./CSC), Tyler Farrar (beautiful Wenatchee, Wash./Cofidis), Patrick McCarty (Allen, Texas/Phonak), Guido Trenti (Framingham, Mass./Quickstep-Innergetic), Jackson Stewart (Los Gatos, Calif.), Danny Pate (Colorado Springs, Colo./TIAA-CREF) and Chris Baldwin (Boulder, Colo./Toyota-United).
USA Cycling Professional Time Trial Champion David Zabriskie (Salt Lake City, Utah/CSC) and Baldwin were also selected to compete in the men's time trial.
Meanwhile, the Fatherland's unit was posted at Eurosport:
Time-trial: Andreas Klöden (T-Mobile), Sebastian Lang (Gerolsteiner)
Road race: Andreas Klöden (T-Mobile), Stefan Schumacher (Gerolsteiner), Erik Zabel (Milram), Jens Voigt (CSC), Fabian Wegmann (Gerolsteiner), David Kopp (Gerolsteiner), Linus Gerdemann (T-Mobile), Matthias Kessler (T-Mobile), Patrick Sinkewitz (T-Mobile).
They tout Klödi as the leader... but can you go all out in the ITT and expect to win the road race two days later?? Is T-Mobile running this mess? And given Schumacher's form, why Klöden?