Two employees told me this bike (M6L, raw lacquer, reduced gearing) was available for the $1450 advertised price + $35 shipping.
I spoke to a John there today who initially said yup that's the bike and went through the ordering process with him, adding $32 for the cost of some Ergon grips. When he took all my info and gave me the total, it was another $50 and he said the price of the bike was now $50 more than it was at the beginning of our conversation. Ends up saying, well, the bike on the website was different (even though he'd confirmed it was the bike under discussion). Then, instead of trying to explain the mistake or rectifying the situation, his manner changed to say, that's the price, do you want it? Otherwise he had other things to do.
Man, talk about a pisspoor business model and treatment of a customer. Just my experience in trying to buy the bike advertised on their website and the bait and switch they tried to pull. Fair warning.