I had a 386evo crankset in a BMC TMR02 frame. I hated it - first, it was near impossible getting a BB to install properly. Any slight misaligned with the bearing press and it would compress the bearings as they went in and they were toast. Mind you, it was installer (my) error, but Iâ€™ve installed 15+ pressfit bottom brackets before with no issue. After I finally got one installed properly, the bearings seemed to have unreasonably high friction and the BB started making noise after only 500-1000 miles. I ended up giving the crankset (it was an FSA K-Force Power2max 386evo) to my wife for her BB30 bike and I put a GXP crankset into my bb86 frame. Much, much happier that way.
If you press the bearings in one at a time is is nigh on impossible to press them crooked as the frame gives a flat reference.