Other than "day of brazing cold work and cleaning", the front triangle is ready.
I got a little side tracked on this frame. It has a crack in the head tube that I can repair thanks to the cavernous head tube diameters. I find that if I am diligent with the paint stripper dwell time and the scraping/wiping off, it cleans up quite nicely. I think this will be a new flat bar single speed bar bike.
Here's some shots of the completed bike. It rides as nice as I thought it would and the Di2 is great. No more shift cables! Ready to ride, it weighs 17lbs. 5 oz. which is a little heavier than I anticipated. Dannys traditional 58cm weighed in at 17lbs. even. I believe I can get below 17lbs. if I ditch the seat post, crank set, and some other over weight pieces. Now to see how much work I can get done on the rain bike before Belgium.
In my excited frenzy to build and ride one of my own frames, I botched all the photos this morning, so went ahead with the build. Here are some mid assembly pics. The fork insert has to cure over night, so final assembly will have to wait.