Does anyone know anything about her? 1999 or 1998 perhaps.
The frame design originated in 1995 and was showcased around the Grundig at Newnham that year, released in 96.
In 1998 they introduced a vibration damper system which basically consisted of elastomer sandwiched between the carbon - AVS: active vibration system
. In 1999 they increased the size of the down tube to give the from more torsional rigidity. Never particulary light, the damping effect of the 0.5inch of vertical displacement in the rear stays did create a comfy frame that isolated buzz. I like mine, but it never felt very involving to ride and as a dedicated race bike feels a bit skittish. You really need to be going flat out to appreciate the particulars of this design.
I really liked Scott's innovation in mid-late 90s - the Endorphin and the Strike; the DH bike with separate compression and rebound damper units, moto-x style saddle, adjustable head-angle insert - all way ahead of their time.