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As a sometimes driver, it would irritate me too if you get oblivious cyclists that are real slow and make no effort to get out of the way. Share the road works both ways.
I tend to like things tidy, and for some reason I just HATE handlebar bags (the way they look, having something sitting right in front of me like that, etc).
It may be the case that you can no longer buy a Shimano square taper crankset, but there are plenty of offerings suitable for touring bikes from the likes of Sugino, Stronglight, IRD, Velo Orange just to name a few.
If there are only one pair of eyelets at the rear dropouts and you need to "double-up" both the rack and fender stays on them, be sure to fit the rack's stays to the inside. That minimizes the cantilevered load on the single M5 bolt.