typical chainlines for a boost bike is 52mm but as we all know that there's more wear and friction when you're in the lowest and largest cogs. Why shouldn't we move the chainring as far in as possible allowing chainstay clearance to get a smaller chainline so you're more centered in your climbing gears for less wear and friction? When I'm descending I'm not pedaling and when I'm cruising I don't push that hard. Wouldn't this be best for wear and reduce friction for most of the times you're grinding? This of course is limited to the size of your chainring. I run a 28t so I have quite a bit of space to play with.