gearmongerwrote a review of Diamondback El Oso Grande Complete Fat Bike - 2016 on July 13, 2017
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
There's not much in original parts on my El Oso Grande (New components include 120 mm RST fork, X Fusion Hilo, 26/ 11-42 1 X 11 drive train, Maxxis Minion FBs, cheap but effective Formula C1, etc.)
The bike, as is, is very adequate and much lighter. The FSA 26-36 is a good basic set-up, the TRP Spykes are probably one of the best mechanicals that I've ever used and the Chaoyangs are good, fat snow tires.
I'm 6' 2" and am on a LG....with the enormous tires, a MD would've probably been large enough and easier to stand over.
A very good intro level fat bike that can be built up with improvements and grown into.
The only negative I have is that it seems heavy.....but it only seemed really noticeable with the addition of the suspension fork and dropper post