A while back, AZORCH and I traded frames in the "Frame doesn't fit" thread. I traded my too-small for me 58cm Shogun touring frame for his 63cm Schwinn Voyageur touring frame. As you may already know from the wonderful pictures AZORCH has posted, he built up the Shogun as a Randonneuse and has been using it for century rides all Spring. I, on the other hand, had left the Voyageur frameset hanging on a hook in my basement while I finished up other projects, most notably my Shogun 650B conversion. But as the looming dread of organizing and packing up our home to move drew nearer, I felt it appropriate to get this project out of the way. Most of the parts that hung on the Shogun frameset that got traded away got transferred to this frame: wheelset and Panaracer Paselas, stem, bars, canti brakes and levers, front and rear mechs, saddle, and bar-end shifters. Heck, even the cables housings transferred over. The headset and seatpost are original to the frame, the BB is new, and the crankset is a frankencrank set made up of Specialized arms with half-step plus granny Shimano rings. But it will all work nicely and look the part.
Anyway, it's mostly done, and I'm just waiting for the crankset to arrive from being polished to a perfect satin finish by one of BikeForums' finest for the project to be complete.