I've a medium swift frame+fork (and headset, and stuff) in the shed if anyones feeling impatient...........£300
The on-ones are near perfect given their price.
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They're functional. Heavy, presumably to make passing tests easy without getting stuck in the loop of refining and prototyping endlessly. And usualy covered in rack eyes, cable guides and allsorts. And occasionaly just dont work like the short HT on c456 cant actualy take a tapered fork without a spacer, or chainstays that need hitting with hammers to clear chainrings, or the 'fileline' titus.
They're bargains and ride brilliantly, and very versatile, who else makes freeride/trail/all-mountain/whatever bikes with rack mounts, but its the perfection that suffers!