Well, after debating the canti/disc issue on a prior thread, I settled on the disc-brake Crockett (mainly for price). This bike was decidedly a "budget" build for me. I wanted to keep my out-of-pocket expenses at around $1,200, but overshot my budget by about $200 (final out-of-pocket cost was $1,398). This is mainly attributable to the switch to disc brakes.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to weigh any of the components because I had the bike built by my old shop back home. I originally wanted to document the entire build, but wasn't able to.
The bike is in transit to me, and I should be receiving it sometime next week. I'll post the weight then.
Here's the current build list (* denotes a part I already had):
Frame/Fork: Trek Crockett (61cm)
Stem: Bontrager RXL (110cm)
*Bars: Bontrager Race
*Seatpost: Bontrager XXX (400mm)
*Saddle: Bontrager Affinity RL (138mm)
Wheels: Bontrager Affinity Comp
Tires: Bontrager CX0 TLR
Crank: Ultegra 6800 (46/36, 175mm)
FD: Ultegra 6800
*RD: Ultegra 6800 GS
*Cassette: Ultegra 6800 (11/32)
Shifters: Ultegra 6800
Brakes: TRP Spyre (160mm)
Cages: Bontrager Hollow
Bar Tape: Bontrager Gel Grip
Pedals: EggBeater 3
*Chain: KMC X11SL
The bike is currently set up as a gravel bike. I plan on putting a lot of miles on this bike, including on and off road. I will be building up a set of wheels for road/gravel use, built around Shimano CX75 hubs that I purchased. Those wheels will be equipped with some Challenge Strada Biancha tires. I'll post a more detailed build on those, once I start on them.
Madone 9 https://goo.gl/7UwZpV
Madone 5 https://goo.gl/cMdyFo
Madone 4, SpeedConcept, Cobia
I own a lot of Treks.