I'm not sure if this falls more under building or wishing (luckily both are accepted in this are of the forum). For the past several years I've been riding a 26er hardtail I cobbled together from a mystery frame of sorts and mostly bike swap components, now I'm thinking about making the move to something a little more aggressive and less XC and making the jump to a 29er at the same time. I checked out a Kona Honzo yesterday and it was really sweet but I am not too keen on the $2K price tag so I'm thinking I may go the build it myself route again and move as much from my current bike to the new one as I can (I think everything but the frame, fork, headset, wheels, tires, and seatpost should work. bottom bracket/cranks are a maybe). Is it reasonable to think that tapered 29er forks in the ~120mm range and compatible 29er wheels would be kicking around the bike swap next year? I haven't gone looking at wheels or forks in a couple of years but when I built my current bike I had no problems finding a fork or wheels. If so, I might just have to order a frame (Honzo or TransAm) and start parts collecting for a winter build up.