I'm partial to "stealth" carbon bikes with a bunch of Campy components on 'em, but that's just me.
This is a Pedal Force ZX3, in case anybody is curious.
I'm also tailor-fit to a 59cm in a LeMond frame, but I'm not in a position to shop right now. I owned one of their Reynolds 853 steel frames from 2002 'til 2007, when it broke at the drive-side dropout. At the time, I was in the midst of gathering the parts for the bike above. As a stop-gap (and a fun second bike), I bought a 2006 Jamis Eclipse frameset for cheap (somebody bought it for the Campy Centaur group, stripped it, and eBayed the rest - my gain, as it's a nice mix of 853 and carbon) and built it back up with parts from the LeMond:
The Jamis' setup has changed a bit since this picture was taken: different saddle, lowered stem to closely mimic the Pedal Force. The long-cage rear mech alludes to the fact that the LeMond had a triple crankset, while this has a compact double. Eventually, the rear mech will be upgraded to a short-cage, but it works for now - might as well get some more miles out of it, right?
The Jamis lives at the in-laws' place in Connecticut, and will be the bike I ride in the Harpoon B2B ride.
Are these drool worthy? Not in the same league as, say, a Storck, Colnago or Moots, but they make me happy - though not as happy as when I'm RIDING!