My Curtis XC9 is an unashamed copy if Candodavid's but with 44mm headtube and fatter seat tube to be more dropper-friendly. Sliders are PMW units but with Curtis' own frame units to bring the dropouts more "inside" the frame rather than hanging out the back.
Maximised tyre clearance combined with short back end (16.75") means it'll only just take a 30t chainring on Middleburn RX8s (which it now has) - SS runs bigger but with a Rohloff spider to give a wider chainline.
Single chainring only - no stops for a front mech.
Other than that, standard Curtis fare of 853 main triangle, 725 stays and highly polished before being clear powdercoated.
Bars are Seven custom jobs, 730mm wide and big bend. Aim is to have some comfort when it goes rigid SS for winter duties ... Still getting used to the width of them at the moment.
Binners - go on, you know you want to