Heel rub on chainstay, I can either leave it as it is or re-wrap them in silicon amalgamating tape (looks suitably retro compared to neoprene stay protectors and is pretty tough even with my heels), other than that not much to write home about. Ususal chips, cable rub, scrapes to be expected. Alloy bolts sheared off in the downtube bottle mounts though which need drilling out (easy, they're alloy in a steel frame) New ish Cane Creek headset.
More photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/7614571@N05/
£650 for a whole bike, not quite the spec there, brakes would be avid, truvative fire-x cranks, blue e-13 chainring and bolts (matches the KCNC skewers). Or £700 with the Stans/A2Z wheels.
Spesh purgatory tyres, only used in the mud (so several hundred miles then this year!) but still not noticeably worn between front/rear. £30
Hope Pro2 (evo rear) wheels, X470 rims, all QR, rear hub was new not long ago, both straight and round (I'll jig them to be sure) £200
A2Z hubs, super lightweight, front will take apparently take ammerican classic 15mm adapters as they share the same shell and a different logo, stans arch EX rims, DT double butted spokes. Never used as my new bike came with black tubeless wheels which were a better match to the new frame so can't see them being used. 1800g (for a tough 29er wheelset, that's good!). Fitted with stans yellow tape. £250, less than the cost of just the rims and hubs
XT M760 cranks, could probably throw in some chainrings if you want them, scuffed as usual but not with flat spots (not the ones in the pics), £60
Thomson X4 110mm stem £25
Thompson post, 27.2mm, quite a significant gauge where a racks been fitted, but even my 15stone clumsiness can't break it so it's survived 2 years with a bit of electrical tape covering it's flaws. £15