JFAR96 wrote:In terms of fit, its quite interesting because I've ridden just about 1000k with that setup with no apparent issues but a mate of mine said the saddle looks too high when I was riding it (as my hips were moving) so I've started moving it down incrementally. I find the angled saddle much more comfortable, my understanding is that saddles have always been flat due to UCI's 2 degree limit (which has now been changed to 9). However it's possible that I've just had to angle it down like that because my seat post is too high. I agree the bars need to be angled up I didn't notice that until I looked at the photo strangely however I do like the bars low so will probably get a longer and negative stem on there as I have a long reach.
Regarding the saddle angle. Yeah some people like them pretty flat and others like them angled a bit, but yours seems quite extreme at what looks like about 30 degrees to me. With such an extreme saddle angle you don't really have a well defined saddle height, because if you slide even slightly forward or slightly rearward then it changes the effective height significantly.
The other issue with such a "slammed" riding position (high seat and low bars) and extreme saddle angle is that it puts way more weight on your arms and shoulders compared to a more level saddle and less slammed position. Essentially what happens is that your arms are constantly fighting the tendency to slide forward.
I'm not sure if you've ever ridden a bike with a more level setup to compare, but my arms and shoulders would be screaming at me after 15 minutes on that bike.