If you have questions about your Windsor, just phone any Cyle Spectrum Bike shop. (800-goog-411). They have dozens of skilled technicians with many decades of training and experience who can give you detailed advice about any aspect of the bikes that BD and Cycle Spectrum sell. At most of their stores, eight or ten technicians are stationed by the phone 24 hours per day, just in case any BD customer has questions or concerns.
If you need any parts for a BD bike, phone them, and a BD technician will personally deliver the part to your home tomorrow morning and put the bike on your bike.
I picked an Hour recently to be my beater/errands bike. It's my first fixed gear and love it so far. I thought the gearing (48/16, as according to BD's site) was kind of heavy, especially going up a couple hills here in Jersey City. The other day I took off the rear wheel to tighten the lockring and discovered they shipped my bike with a 15T cog! That's 86 gear inches! No wonder I can't skid!
After reading this post, I went downstairs and checked my cog.. 15t, not 16! wtf! No wonder it was so hard to pedal around some of the hills near my house haha. I hope my 18t isn't going to be too spinny!
I paid $120 for the powdercoating. Joe said that if you don't want metallic, like a matte finish it would be like $75. I would have been happy with a matte (which is really what I wanted) but for the color I chose I think it's great.