Thanks for the positive feedback all!
My girlfriend reckons it looks too GAY!
I don't actaully own a set of scales... so this is an approximation:
Weights are as advertised, but it'll give you an idea of what it weighs built up.
Klein aeolus frame 57cm: quoted 2.9lb = 1318g
650c Alpha Q GS-10 fork ~ 335g
1" King NoTheadset = 84g
Spinergy Xaero 650c wheelset = 1445g
Vittoria Tecno tyres ~ 2 x 220g
Tubes ~ 2 x 65g
Miche Primato Performance calipers = 325g
Miche Primato Grantour crankset = 655g
SRP alloy chainring bolt kit ~ -20g
Minus the 50T chainring = -50g or so
Miche 18T steel cog = weight unknown ~guess +20g ?
Revell single speed alloy spacer kit = weight unknown ~guess 40g?
Wipperman connex 9 speed chain, 84 links / 114 x 297 = 218g
Phil wood stainless BB + alloy cups = 203g
Speedplay X5 pedals = 220g
Control Tech 31.6 seatpost ~ 160g
Control Tech stem ~ 130g
Control Tech skewers = 47g
Easton EC70 oversize wing bar = 225g
Selle Italia SLR XP saddle = 165g
Canecreek SCR5 levers = 267g
Nokon housing + cables < 100g
Cinelli cork tape = 40g
TOTAL ~ 6500 g.
I actually put this bike together fairly cheaply. Notice that the brake calipers, chain, crankset, stem, post, pedals, seat and levers are pretty cheap to buy. They're just good, reliable & comfortable parts to use on a bike.
I got the frame from ebay, NOS. I picked up the wheelset on sale from Germany for only a few hundred euros, so I thought it's go well with the frame. Then I decided to add the blue chain (from a german ebay seller who sells all types of wipperman chains). I was going to add a control tech handlebar as the finishing touch, but I'm happy enough with the Easton bar for now.
The most amazing thing about this bike is the 37.4mm chainstays!!! Talk about instant power delivery
The only thing I don't like about it is that the head tube angle is too slack as it's meant to be a triathlon bike.