I'm building frame number 1 (Columbus SPX with cast lugs) and have all of the main triangle miters completed; I'm currently cleaning up the lugs and should begin brazing early next week. Now my thoughts are turning to what is, in my opinion, one of the things that can visually make or break a bike -- the seatstay end caps. I will not be using "plug" style seatstay caps. Since this is my first frame, my inclination is to stick to something fairlly simple, probably a low angle miter with a flat end cap made out of thin plate stock, and perhaps do a semi-wrap sort of like Ebisu does.
Would any of you care to share pictures of your seatstay end designs, as well as comments on tips, tricks, and difficulties encountered in implementing the design? I'm not looking to "steal" anybody's design, I'm just looking for inspiration. FWIW, at the other end, I'll be using socketed dropouts, and the lugs are a short point design.