^ This is the reason why I went with the bolt.
What counted the most in the end, for me, is the length of my stem, wheel build, saddle, bar angle, etc.
You can build a bolt or any of these frames to be a jarring experience, or much more compliant. You don't have many of these options when buying a complete - they are built value-minded to cater to masses. If you're not serious and don't have any strange fitment issues, the kilo TT can be built for your needs.
Above all else, you will want to make sure your frame and build fits your body.