I got the fixed-gear frame I was working on tacked the other day and now that I have Yancey's frame repaired I can get back on it. The repair took priority over this since everything was already in the jig I wanted to stick it first. This frame has a 4 degree forward sloping top tube just for kicks and to get the front end a little lower. Might want to trim a couple of feet off the top of that head tube D. I will. I still haven't decided what style of fork I'm gonna build for this thing. I have two ideas floating around in my head and I may not use either. One was an aero-bladed steel fork. It would be strictly for looks, but the ride could be a bit harsh so I may go with something a little more comfortable, but its gonna be a straight-blade for sure and its prolly gonna have curb-feelers. Not sure that will go with the rattlesnake down tube. We'll see.