Guys using incorrectly sized bikes I see it all the time on here.
And dont get me started on layback seat posts.
Layback and proud here buddy
Many posts have a rearward mounting, rather than "inline", yet these arent described as a layback, because the actual post is straight.
Everybody is a different shape, with different proportions in their limbs and torso, so who is to say that I should not make use of a layback post to enable me to find that sweet spot?
I have tried similar frames as the one I corrently run, in both 1" smaller and 1" larger sizes, and neither was right....
Apart from that, I like to have a bit of extra weight further back over the wheel