I'm also riding this club-racer frame that we build called the Kittenpaste
I've got my '95 Ritchey Road logic out to paint right now- and I still haven't found a fork for my '97 Yeti
and a very washed out picture of my Ritchey when I first built it.
That ritchey easily has 220,000 miles on it. It went to every single Norba National race from 1996-1999 raced in Bermuda, Canada and 32 US states. Up until I started building my road frames, it was the bike I built up every winter to train on. It's taken laps of the Mt Snow and Mt St Anne worlcup XC tracks, been used as a bit bike for the CX and did a summer of messenger duty as well. The old WCS tubeset is the standard by which I judge the ride of all road bikes- and what I aimed to replicate with our new Skeltor frame. I love that bike so much that I just commissioned Steve Garro at Cocinino to build me a new one in the next size down from his stash of Prestige.
If you ever find a used Ritchey in your size- buy it.