Okay, this has been a LONG work in progress (started November of last year), but we finally picked up our new Macchiato tonight. No, I don't have a ride report yet - the steerer plug is still gluing up and it was nearly dark by the time we got out of the shop.
The frame is a 54 up front, not sure how it works out for the stoker, but it is quite small. Built is with Campy Record. We skipped the FSA cranks and instead got a set of daVinci (anodized black) with Phil Wood BBs. Also, we traded in the FSA bars and went with a set of Dedas to keep it in line with my single. With pedals and no cages, the bike came out to an even 26 lbs. Could do a few things to shave weight here and there, but not sure I want to chase the grams unless I look at a set of high zoot wheels (i.e. rims from Edge Composites). Should be able to post a ride report after this weekend.
By the way, the photos are only so so. We are in between garage doors at the moment.