Well, it's not a WW build because of the weight (it's come in at just under 7.5kg). But rather because its components were chosen on the strength of your recommendations.
The only thing that still needs changing is the headset. I had to use a cheap one until my Campy Record headset arrives in the next couple of weeks.
This is my storage system. Sadly, because of my lack of space at home, it's going to live at work. At least its safer there.
Today, I took the bike down to Portsea, a seaside town about 110km out of Melbourne.
Whether it was climbing through the winding beach road towards Mt Martha, hitting 70+km/h down into the the marina underpass, or pacing out the long flat after Safety Beach, at all times, the bike inspired absolute confidence.
The Fizik Arione saddle was comfortable for the whole of the ride, as were the Deda Newton handlebars, although I was a bit surprised by the amount of flex on the handlebars when I was really pulling on them.
The Campy gear levers don't seem to have the same sort of positive feel that the DuraAce levers have, but they work effectively and it's nice to ride a bike without wires protruding out of the hoods.
And despite riding over some pretty nasty roads, the bottles never once seemed to want to jump out of their cages.
I was a bit worried about the white handlebar tape and white seat, but I hope you'll agree that it works quite well.
Thanks to everyone who provided assistance to me in deciding which components to use. I can't tell you how pleased I am with it.