The stem tube of the Krystal does seem quite dainty compared to the Grammo, that's why I like the look of it.
I mostly ride my Peugeot with a 105mm Cinelli XA stem and a Scott Foil with a Vision Metron 5D combo bar and stem, I wonder how the Krystal would compare with 80s and 20teenies tech.
I already have the Ti-classics draw bolt, it saves 15-20 grams.
Funny you should mention the WR Compositi stem, I just came across it a few moments ago, that would actually look perfect on my build, it's going to be matte carbon, gloss black and shiny metal.
It's going to be a challenge to locate and afford one of these quill stems. I'm curious to know how much they weigh, should be in Ti-quill territory.
Their ahead stems are more available but they are too heavy for my build at 150 grams (120mm). I am considering the quill adapter route but to match those titanium quill stems' weight, I need a stem that weighs below 100 grams. Most good looking clamp on stems are are >140 grams . The lighter ones have less attractive bolts and lumps everywhere.
Edit: weight = 164 grams according to this list: https://sheldonbrown.com/rinard/weights.htm#stems
That is my perfect stem if I can get hold of one