Welcome to the Lynskey family! Looks like a solid build. Weight on that R330 seems a bit high though, have they beefed up the tubes with the redesign? My Level 3 was in the mid to upper 1200s.
I was thinking the same thing. I didn't buy the frame based on weight so it wasn't a huge deal but I was a bit disappointed that it was well over 1400g. I was expecting mid-low 1300s. Not sure what they have changed, but I know on all their road frames they have stopped using 31.6 seatposts but kept the tubes the same OD. Instead they are using an alloy press fit shim to bring the ID down to 27.2. I appreciate the switch to 27.2 for comfort reasons and because the size is very common, but would have preferred a smaller diameter tube instead of resorting to a shim.
Adding a shim just seems like extra weight and one more place for things to creak. It is a much nicer looking execution than what they are doing on their MTB's now. On their MTB frames they have a added some sort of welded shim and there is an ugly weld around the circumference of the seat-tube. Yuck. That said, my Lynskey made Ragley is internally shimmed to 27.2 and it doesn't creak at all. It looks like they executed that shim differently on this frame though. Time will tell if it poses any issues. Not sure where else they added weight...maybe thicker tubes or less agressive butting in areas. I will take some more detailed photos with my SLR when I get a chance. Included in that weight are 4 steel cage bolts that came with the frame that were around 2.5g each, so an extra 10g or so. I will swap those out for alloy bolts in the final build.
I do think they should have updated their product descriptions to make note of the shim, and include photos to reflect these changes (all road frame photo's don't show it). It is a bit misleading because this changed between the point in time when I purchased and when it was fabricated. The original product pages still aid 31.6 seat tube until about a month after. Luckily I checked in after noticing a question on their facebook wall and confirmed the change before I went out and bought a seatpost.