I only bought frames + 1 fork. So the front disc bike uses a crown reducer so I can use my Trialtech Sport Lite disc fork. For the other bike I decided to buy a matching Crewkerz Desire fork mostly just take advantage of the tapered design, but I forgot how much I absolutely loath front rim brakes. So much so I've already ordered an Echo Tapered disc fork to replace it.
It's taken a few rides to get used to the geometry, it's a bit longer than the Breath Yes I was riding, but I'm enjoying not having to adjust my rear wheel alignment every few moves.
Tapered fork and Inbuilt tensioner on a reasonably priced frame with decent geo? It's a win for me.
P.S. Running the new Trialtech Sport Lite Splined crankset and LOVING IT! (although the bash ring is pretty weak.
Sorry my phone camera takes crappy pictures.