Joe, it's good to see you posting here. I heard about this thread on the Breezer Bikes Facebook page, here: http://www.facebook.com/BreezerBikes
Here's a picture of my 2000 Breezer Lightning that I took last fall, followed by three more pictures that I took last weekend:
I always wanted a Breezer. This one started as a used bare frame, possibly the last one built, in 2000. I built it up using an NOS 945-gram generic Spinner rigid fork, a set of Avid V-brakes, an NOS 90mm Avid SAAGO ("Stiff As All Get Out") stem, 110-gram Alpha Q carbon bars, Ergon GX1 grips, XTR levers, shifter, and cables, a Ritchey WCS headset and seatpost, a 235-gram Terry Dragonfly saddle, a used pair of Dura-Ace 7700 cranks that I filed the scratches out of and then polished, an NOS Dura-Ace 7700 triple bottom bracket, Shimano SPD pedals, a Ritchey 39-tooth chainring, a set of aluminum single-chainring bolts from Toronto Cycles, an NOS Dura-Ace 7700 rear derailleur, a Dura-Ace chain, and a Dura-Ace 7700 12-27 cassette. The wheels are Mavic 717 rims laced with DT stainless spokes to Deore XT hubs. I use Slime tubes on all of my bikes and wouldn't want to ride without them. The tires that seem to be a perfect match for the lightweight Breezer Lightning frame are the 26 x 2.2 Continental Race King Supersonic, which weigh 470 grams and are very fast.
The result is a 21-pound bike that's very responsive and a lot of fun to ride. It's a blast off-road but it's also excellent for fast riding on the road and around town. I love this bike.