you can find the complete build up history of my bike here: http://motorbicycling.com/f38/rustor...off-13144.html
i don't think it'll help you with fork and tire sizes, though.
for a bigger wheel in front, you could always get a larger fork (ie; a 26" fork on a 24" frame,) but that would do weird things to your steering unless you "raked" it out or something.
most fendered bikes will accomodate a larger wheel, like a 26 on a 24, as long as you leave the fenders off. that's why some cruisers look so naked without fenders, there's nothing to take up that space.