I rode a GF with the Genesis Geometry this morning. It was different, but I kinda liked it. My thinking is... If you get a shorter stem. Mine is currently 80mm, maybe like a 60 or so, and a seatpost with more setback, it would move your knee over toe position back a little, basically replicating the seat tube angle on the genesis bikes. Am I totally off on this? I know this wouldn't make a difference on my jump but on my HT XC it would (older GF mamba,) moving my weight back a little.
I did a short ride on the Hoo Koo E Koo, and felt a difference in control on some short, but steep downhills, and climbing in the saddle on the steeper climbs felt more stable.
Is that the thinking behind the G2 geo?