No worries, I'm happy to spread the Krampus love
55mm stem, with On-One Fleegle bars, so a nice wide bar with a good sweep to them, very comfy.
It's a medium frame and I'm exactly 6ft. The top tube is longish for the frame size (17" frame, and 24" effective toptube). it feels spot on with this length stem, could go 10-15mm longer though and it would be ok.
It was brilliant on Dartmoor. The guy I was with was on a Karate Monkey with 2.4 tyres, and he was having to pedal to keep up with me when I freewheeled on downhills
It climbs really well, I've got a 36 on the front and an 11-34 cassette. The only problem I've had is with a really slow, technical uphill when the wheel size made it oversteer a bit. The grip on loose climbs is phenomenal. I've made it up stuff that I've never done on other bikes.
No magic weight reduction in the wheels! The rims are surprisingly light due to the cutouts and I've got the 120 tpi tyres, so a bit lighter than the standard 27 tpi ones. I have heard that you can run the 27 tpi ones at a lower psi and not get pinch punctures due to stronger sidewalls. So when I wear out the back I'll probably get one of those. Think they're about 300 grams heavier though
Here's a pic from the Dartmoor ride (including extra wide homemade mudguards).....