Numbers seven and eight have been started. They're a matching pair of track bikes - one for myself and one for Kristyn.
Here's mine - very standard geometry. It's about a cm smaller in many dimensions than my usual roadie. I've increased the head angle to 73.5 degrees, and increased the seat tube angle to 74 degrees. The goal is for a frame that's good for training on the track through winter, so not extremely twitchy - something to do longer events on.
I've already discussed the geometry of Kristyn's. We're using 650c wheels to get the bars down nicely - otherwise it's surprisingly conventional.
Both frames are to be built with Henry James oversize lugs, Keith Anderson dropouts, and mainly Columbus Spirit for lugs tubes. An exception is the chainstays - I'll use True Temper OX Platinum 28 x 20mm ones rather than the more usual 30 x 16mm ones. This should provide a bit more lateral stiffness.
Now to get ordering parts - I already have most of the lugs, but need to get a few from Henry James (a bottom bracket and seat lug), and need to buy the tubes as well.
And the nice bit. No stainless!