I'll resist the temptation to rant about designing a bike to be aero and super light and putting disc brakes on it and just caution about the seatpost. It may be some sort of 'standard' post but if not I'd stay away from proprietary parts especially when they are from a company with a small presence in the US (if that's where you are from). Not the seat posts have a high failure rate but I'd hate to have to trash a frame because I couldn't find a seatpost in the event it did break.
So agree. I also believe they are stupid on either a meant to be light, or meant to be aero frame. Anything less a commuter/gravel grinder or mountain bike they are moronic.Putting disc brakes on a frame designed to be light and aero sounds like of stupid to me.