1993 Trek 8300 Composite (Carbon main tubes, aluminum lugs and stays, steel fork)
Suntour XC Comp derailleurs and crankset, XC Expert brakes and hubs. Mostly original.. the shifters have been replaced with low end grip shifters unfortunately though. My first bike that doesn't have a steel frame and it does feel a little different. I haven't put it through it's paces yet but I did notice it felt stiffer and would transfer more road feel to the rider. It also felt pretty agile and fast.
The frame construction looks really nice.. there's no ugly aluminum welds anywhere which is great. For some reason it's a bit heavier than I expected at just under 26 lbs. I'm hoping I can shed some weight when I put on different tires, but I'm kind of surprised it's not significantly lighter than high end steel bikes that were coming out around that time.
My initial plan is to get rid of the suntour cassette in the back since the shifting is pretty bad (thought I may try it with friction shifting first just to see how it is before I get too crazy. It will probably end up with a drop bar and road slick tires. May even turn it into a single speed to knock the weight down..