Okay, so it's not set up with a fixed cog yet because I'm after a specific gear ratio my LBS couldn't provide. But otherwise, this is my first fixed/SS road bicycle, and it's two days old! I sourced nearly all the parts off Ebay a couple weeks ago, and the total cost was ~$800 (including shipping and some labor). The 58cm frame set is unbranded, CroMo and is rather heavy... But it's got a tight, yet pleasant geometry and seems reliably built. The rims are Weinmann with Origin8 hubs and white D/T spokes. The saddle is a San Marcos Ponza, which is surprisingly comfortable for being one of those saddles that seems like a mandatory take-off on most bicycles it comes on as a stock component. The bars are straight, 25.4 Nitto alloy, and are matched with a Nitto CT-80 CroMo/chromed stem, which is a thing of beauty. The seat post is some low-end silver alloy piece, 27.2 with a spacer to fit the 28.4 seat tube. The brake set consists of some typical anodized BMX levers paired with Tektro R530 calipers. They get the job done. The 1/8th Inch track crank has 170mm arms and 46 teeth, and is coupled to a lovely 18 tooth Shimano free wheel. The overall affect of the aesthetics and the mechanical components is pleasing considering the budget I was working with, wanting a solid build for commuting in the city. I look forward to riding it around the streets of San Francisco.