For that reason I have the extra crank laying around and would put the 105 on the new Noble bike so yeah I would be interested in the frame only if you can explain the forward geometry to me and it would fit like my Roker does now. A couple of the reasons I bought the Roker were.
Z: My new bike (Cayon) has forward geometry. Think of a longer top tube with a 10mm - 20mm shorter stem (my stem is 80mm!) I'll let them explain it:
Adding more stability at speed while maintaining agility for when things get technical is always a fine balance to strike. In all mountain biking disciplines, the move towards longer reaches combined with shorter stems and wider bars has been established with great effect to achieve this balance. We've adopted a similar approach ... Extending both reach and wheelbase results in extra stability at speed... Equipping cockpits with wider bars and shorter stems further enhances control.