I'm not sure how this will be received by all on here as it may be a bit controversial but here goes anyway...
The short story...I'm saving the pennies for a UK custom made frame in either 853 or 931/953 , which will be based loosely on the Solaris geometry but with a few personal tweaks and touches. I've ran my Rohloff for almost 10 years now without a hitch so I'd love to experiment a little more with a Bushnell EBB and some custom 'internal' routing but that for a future experiment.
Given that I've just started working for myself, every penny is a prisoner so I decided to start 'playing' with a standard Solaris frame which I'd been running the Rohloff on with a chain device.
My number one priority was to properly marry a Rohloff hub to the frame. Not with a stock horizontal dropout (Solaris Simple) which IME is a bit of a faff but with something specifically designed for the job. Over the years I've fitted Rohloff's to every bike in my stable but always felt that I was fitting a round peg into a square hole.
After much fretting, I opted for a Swinging Stainless dropout from Paragon with Rohloff specific inserts and IMO it works and looks perfect. I also had all the standard cable guides removed and had some custom guide installed in the down tube. I lastly sand blasted the whole rig and sprayed it with a clear lacquer which I'm really loving the look of.
Surprisingly, the finished product is 1/3 lb lighter at 28.66 lbs inc Time Attack pedals
So...it is a Marmite thing for you?