Nice. I have one of similar vintage although a size 53. Your fork & frame weights are very similar
Mine has Rival parts, Felt cross wheels, aluminum bars, & Easton carbon post. Weighs 17 lbs.
My intent was to build it up with reliable/affordable parts. Everytime you check it, maybe the last time u see it.
I got it down to 15.5 lbs with carbon tubs for the Mt. Washington hill climb a few years ago (not that it me helped any)
It's a very soft riding frame & clearly not for taking a sprint finish
That being said, it does it's job - to get your riding fix when you're out of town.
Mine just passed trip #200 since I bought it in 2008 (work for airline).
The case is completely hammered & the plastic insert has been busted in half twice.
The frame itself has faired well w/only a bent hanger up till now
My only complaint is the finicky lower clamp. It squeaks like an old chair sometimes, no matter how much you baby, clean, & torque it. They need to make this interface more robust IMO.
After repetitive whining, the Ritchey guy just told me to disregard their instructions & put a light coat of oil on the interface.
That has worked so far