Your elbow to middle finger distance must be reviewed, just put your arm vertical with your elbow in the table and take the measure. Perhaps i must consider to publish another version considering your trunk flexibility. But i think this one is the best because is very easy. I don´t want to be the best expert in the world, just a little help to choose your best frame and position with few body measures, and this one is the best way i´ve found because as i told before your arm length includes your trunk length considering a "regular" human proportion. Few mm. more ore less in any measure are not important at all, if you feel better...
But as i told before you must decide if you want a well fitted bike or a pro-looking one. In some cases riders prefer to look "pro" and ride long stems, with a lot of problems, or others just have the bike to show and watch it, and they don´t ride it at all, or less than 1000 miles per year.
PD: Most setback seatpost have 1.5 cm setback, but you have to know how to measure it correctly
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Biomechanical spreadsheet. Sizing&Fitting.http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... 8e319d185b