I'm not sure I qualify as a Clyde (6'3", 198 lbs) but I'm certainly sympathetic to the fight.
I presume a number of us here are over 6 feet tall and rocking out on road bikes with 58cm or larger effective top tube length, but for most bikes available online, the displayed stock photos are of the cutesy, smaller-size frames. I expect I'm not the only one who has noticed the problem therein.
I am presently considering a winter build for next spring and wouldn't mind some suggestions (carbon, road frame under $4K, racing geometry), but mostly I am interested in hearing about your experiences (pictures!) with larger frames that don't look like Frankenbikes once you go above a Medium. Obviously, there are other factors to consider when purchasing a frame or complete bike but I hate seeing the beautiful lines of a "normal" frame stretched beyond recognition in the plus-sizes.
What do you reckon are the most attractive bigger size frames on the market today?