Some thoughts, and I'll try to be constructive:
I really dont see where you were going with this build. IMO, you need to go one way or the other with this :
1) Retro showbike. The cranks, brakes, drivetrain, and wheels set that frame off nice. The fork is nice as well, but lose that crown and the boots. Lose the tires and the bar. Replace with red z-maxs and Syncros bar. Lose the red saddle. Your red scheme should stay somewhat subtle, as you're trying to accetuate the graphics, and the flite overdoes it. Lose that blue crown. You may have thought it looked cool, but you were wrong.
2) Rider. Keep the bars and tires. Those green Michelins get dumped on because of their color, but they are very good tires in the wet stuff. Lose the brakes and get yourself some XT Vs. Lose the saddle. Every part of rider/bike contact surface eventually turns to black with use. The fork... if it had its original brace I'd say lose it, but IIRC the Shockbones held up better, so it might be ok.
All these photos needed to be binned in trade for one sideshot, drivetrain side, taken outside.
Thanks for your input. The bike's an occassional rider. I use it now and again when I take the dog for walkies! Agree with some of what you say. Green tyres are on the Dean at the mo. Blue fork crown will either be getting re-anodised black or red, if I find out the steerer can be removed without damaging it, or it'll be getting polished. XT Vs would be too modern.