That covers all of the parts except for the CVT Hub, spokes for the front and rear wheel, and maybe some headset spacers and grease. I can't belive the cheapest 700c rims on Nashbar were Velocity Deep V's. but so goes it and they would look pretty sweet in this application anyway. So, What's our total:
Nashbar Bits: 773.72 (I'm guessing 40 bucks on the shipping)
Nuvinci CVT: 350.00
Spokes: 42.25 (for both wheels, I checked what I paid when I built my most recent set)
Hubub Adapter 70.00 (shipped, again an estimate)
Chain tensioner 40.00 (shipped- we might be able to get away without this, but I'm reservinf judgement for a bit there)
More than the Cadillac we started with, but we're now talking about a CVT road bike with hand-built Velkocity Deep-V wheels and pretty nice parts. (a carbon fork, even!)
Some ways we could save some bucks on this would be to source parts a little more carefully, perhaps mixing in some eBay purchases and things from some other retailers. We could also hit Nashbar on one of their (very few) "20% off everything" sales, which would save us about 140 bucks.
Oops- There's one more thing: we may have to use a cross or touring frame. Conflicting web research suggests that the NuVinci needs 135mm dropout spacing. Many cross frames come that way, and Surly also does a bunch of frames with patented "gnot right" spacing of 132.5mm, allowing the use of 130mm road hubs or 135 mm mountain hubs. Just a nagging detail to sort out. Nashbar does the same 132.5 spacing, and a touring frame and fork combo is 199- which would save us a few bucks. A cross frame and fork combo right now would add a few bucks to the build.