I'm just playing with the idea. I can't afford a new bike for another year at least.
It was never my intention to annoy anyone. I understand that people who do race have to abide by the rules and don't really think out of the box.
You say poorly fitting and poorly handling. The fit can be helped by choosing a suitable size (most importantly to get the stack/head tube right). If the size is big enough to bring the base bar (still streamlined) in the right height I'll be doing ok, don't you think?
The idea that I love is that a TT bike can be made fairly light and is not restricted in it's tube profiles like all the aero bikes. The place on road and aero bikes that is still quite underdeveloped is the cockpit area. My effort is to bring aero efficiency to this area without degrading the fit too much.
My current bike has a quite extreme position already. My drops are quite close to my front wheel. I've ridden thousands of km like this and start to feel very good. My issues are with being aero and braking downhill. I'd like my next bike to improve in those areas.
I'm not racing. I'm an amateur mechanic that likes to try out some ideas and I don't like being restrained to these three categories climb/aero/tt or the UCI. I'm always riding a lot of everything on my routes so even if I did have three bikes I wouldn't have the one I needed for that particular moment. (climb/flat/descent)
I'm attempting to come closer to an efficient do-it-all bike.
Edit: This idea was inspired by the build done by tririg: Liberty bike.
Bike would look somewhat like this 2/3 of the time.
That bike - the Liberty Bike from Tririg, is based on a Cervelo S5 (previous model) and has road bike geometry. It's NOT a TT bike made into a road bike, it's exactly what others have mentioned here...an Aero road bike made into a TT bike (kind of)
Not that it matters, cause you clearly have made your mind up ignoring 3 pages of advise