Shhh. Need to get home to run some numbers to figure out which frame size I should get and I don't want them to runout. At this price you could build something now and then move to a super gravel frame in a few years with no regrets.
why would you need to wait to get home to run the numbers? it's got stack and reach on the size chart, so, you should be able to determine it now.
that said, i hate that bike's geometry. way too tall for the length in every size. it's gran fondo or "endurance" goemetry, on steroids. and, why the high bb? it's got the bb drop of a cross bike and the height of old-style women's geometry.
but it is a nice deal.
The geometry works just fine for me...just use a low rise stem and everything is great. Besides, I prefer having the drops a bit higher on an "all road" rig than on my road bike, because I'll be in the drops when I'm descending and such off-road, and that allows for better control in that situation. You want to be set up more like a MTB than a road bike for those situations IMHO.
BB drop is only 3mm higher than my road bike...and, I have to say, where I ride it sometimes, I sort of wish it was a bit higher (for obstacle clearance). Also, in a 56, the stack is only 6mm taller than my custom Stinner, and the reach is only 7mm shorter, both of which are easy to compensate for, if necessary.
Sometimes I think folks tend to set up their road bikes a bit too low anyway...mostly because a LOT of modern drop bars don't have enough "drop". I don't know, this setup doesn't look overly short/tall, does it?