OK, gentlemen, good news -- a friend who is a designer by profession will give me a hand on the graphics. I am attaching a bike he painted for himself, which is good in my eyes. So hopefully something nice on the way.
Just to answer a few questions:
* titanium frames are in production... The first run is just a smaller number of frames for myself and a few friends, being made alongside some European and American branded models (you know the story). It will be reasonably priced (for ti). Full custom option available as well.
* Re internal cable routing, the question has been asked many times: sleeve or no sleeve? The former will have less friction, and the latter is a PITA to thread. I have seen both on major brands. My design, though, is more about saving some weight cleverly. Attached is a pic showing the comparison. Pure high school geometry. 100mm-150mm less cable.
* I also cross cables on my C50. Here you can't do that. So, something you give up when going internal. And again, it applies to all internally routed frames.
* Prend -- nice video. It's always good to learn new areas of knowledge.
I like your idea for cross cabling for less cable friction. Yes, it isn't standard. However, if you are gonna run full housing, cross cabling internally would really improve the shifting. I think you should go with your gut initial thought an do the internal cross cabling and not just do the standard cabling because that is what is on most bikes.
Its time for a new thread devoted solely to the Falco Ti. There are tons of pages here about the Falco carbon and it's very hard to find just Ti stuff. I mean, we are already at 15 pages, and I think it would be better to have a new thread to get the attention of newer forum users instead of the only same old people, like me, that are involved in this discussion.
Overalls, great progress.