I've just picked up this mid to late 80's Vitus 979 (in fairly rare 'bronze') on eBay.
It comes with vintage 105 downtube shifters and rear derailleur, but an Ofmega oval triple chainset.
Although I bought up the Holdsworth with a view to restoring it for L'Eroica I couldn't resist the Vitus having seen the one used by my friend Andy Bell at L'Eroica 2014.
There's plenty of info on the net about the Vitus 979 but they're famous for; being one of the earliest widely available aluminium frames, being lugged and glued, and being used by cycling legend Sean Kelly. Oh and they're apparently a joy to ride.
Check out the 'bronze' anodised finish!
And as for buying too many bikes? Pah! The Holdsworth and the Vitus were great value, and there'll now be two awesome vintage bikes stored in the in-laws garage in Suffolk (one 56cms frame, one 59cms frame), meaning two people can hit the rolling hills. Very sociable!
I'll be continuing work on the Holdsworth restoration at the weekend, preparing it for a full service at The London Cycle Workshop. Watch this space!