Oh yeah, sorry. It is really nothing special; I ordered a Gary Fisher Mako...GREEN!! and had the shop convert it. I don't really know how to post pics but I'll give a general description. I changed the one piece stem to a 1 1/8 stem with a Profile Design chunk of metal that manages to lower the handlebars to a more XC oriented height and allows me to use a real stem and handlebar. Throw an XT front brake and some older Deore cranks that were laying around the shop, an LX rear brake hiding in my garage, a Salsa chainring ( 32 tooth),a Shimano free wheel(16 tooth? ) and some lovely black Deore brake levers ( to match all the other stuff of course, it is imperative to color match parts)and you get what is currently hanging in my garage right now, waiting for the rain to leave. The great green frame fufilled three requirements, GREEN, cheap and new. Did I mention that I bought the bike for it's color? It's green you know. Some say it is not easy being green but I say they are wrong. Find your self a Trek/GF dealer and plunk down $410 (US dollar) come back a few days later and......BAM! There it is. Easy, and Green. When I find one I like ,that hideous seat will be sent packing.
Please forgive my comma massacare, sometimes I get carried away with them.