I, too, have recently acquired a '90's lugged steel Italian frame and fork, mine is a '96 Pinarello. I've got the hots for Italian steel, what can I say? Congratulations on the Viner, that should be a wonderful bike.
I'm putting a modern Campy group on mine, I gotta go all Italian on this one.
The frame will use a braze-on front derailleur, which will be bottom pull. The bottom bracket shell will be Italian threaded, 70mm wide (saw your question in C and V). The adjustment screws in the dropouts are primarily for micro-adjusting wheel alignment, and everything will work best if you set it up so that the axle is towards the forward end of the dropouts. For the downtube braze-ons, you will put cable stops/barrel adjusters there, this will work fine with the STI shifters-
Hope this helps, and enjoy that nice frame and fork-
Last edited by well biked; 08-26-08 at 08:45 PM.