So glad you posted that as I am having a love-in with Ti bikes at the moment; see below. I'd also been giving the forum a break for a couple of months but you have sucked me back.
Much as bare metal looks great (and lasts well) I do like a bit of colour with a Ti frame. I like your choice, I think the metal looks lovely with the green. I like the seriously hourglass profiled seat stays, and details like the bottle cages that match the curves well. I'm not quite there with discs for on road use myself. I'm guessing yours is going to get more all-surface use. Incidentally I've run CK hubs on a wheelset for 3 years now and hardly had to adjust them.
I just completed my new custom Ti Moots Vamoots. My 'bad weather' road bike until now was an eastern European Ti frame from Ebay that was fine as far as it went but did not really fit me. My three road bikes now all have identical custom geometry.
The frame has etched decals in gold for a bit of bling, the standard matt Moots finish and matt carbon Ritchey bars, post and stem plus the Moots standard Enve fork. Wheels are Ritchey too (not new for this bike) and the groupset is Campag Chorus. Saddle Fizik-as per all my other bikes. Headset is from Tune not CK as it matched the gold colour better. Shallow eh.
Have now added Raceblades and a good coating of road muck. The ride is impressive, very tight and surprisingly snappy compared to my old one, yet with that great Ti suppression of 'buzz'. As with all American bikes with current exchange rates it was not cheap but it is very, very lovely and the build quality is fantastic. I already have a Moots YBB MTB so I knew what to expect from them.