I thought I'd pop up a picture of my Dynatech. It's nothing special, but it's comfortable over long distances and fast, great for just getting the miles in - and you can't ask much more of a road bike than that.
It's a Dynatech 300 frame - a 531 equivalent but bonded with bolt on seatstays, running Aksium wheels, 8 speed STI with Dura-Ace mechs and chainset. Front brake is 'classic' Ultegra (6400) and the rear is a non-series long drop Ultegra equivalent.
I seem to have defied Sheldon Brown and got Dura Ace-8 mechs working perfectly with Sora levers and Ultegra cassette. I've gone semi-compact, running the smallest rings I can get away with on the chainset, 38 and 50 with a 12-23 cassette.
The best bit about this bike is that I assembled it from eBay for about Â£150, only expense has been the new wheels, Â£100 a few weeks back.
*Looks forward to long, light, warm evenings*
Raleigh Ozark (1987)
M-Trax Ti-1000 (1995)
Dynatech Roadie (1996)