Based on my previous experience of thin walled steel tubes, now that you have a seatpost installed, clamp your workstand to that. Would be awful to dent the top tube before she's built!
Also, resist the tempatation to build her up imediately before you have applied frame saver inside the tubes. Messy job, but these frames are for keeps and it will be worth the slight delay in the build process.
I went for an aheadset front end, so I am intrigued to see how yours shapes up. I have gone for a black stem, dropped some spacers and changed the bar tape to white since these photos which were taken as part of the first build process back in February.
I also have Moots RSL with Lightweights and Super Record EPS but I reach for my Master 30th when I want something special to ride. There's more to life than light weight. The ride quality of my Master is unsurpassed. It is a bit intangible, but definitely evident.
It is really interesting to see as more 30th AD10s emerge from the factory how the paint job varies. There are some subtle differences between all of the bikes I have seen. Some have more airbrushing on the headtube than others with a white core like the downtube, but mine is just plain blue with the neon airbrushing.
Also, the amount of white on our top tubes differs. Your top view rider is almost entirely surrounded by white, and the word 'Master' is also onto white, whereas mine in more blue. Also, the R of Master is in pink on yours.
I quite like these touches. Makes you appreciate the fact that they were painted by hand. What would be inconsistency to some manufacturers is amuzingly positioned as artisan by the Italians!