Unless you are of a really freakish size, there's no reason why an off the peg frame shouldn't fit you as well as any 'made to measure'. I often wonder why people have made to measure frames done that end up being exactly the same dimensions as a one ready made.
The key is to get a proper measurement and fitting. An honest shop will tell you if any particular frame can be made to give you a perfect fit. If you're anywhere near the NW (or on a train line) then Paul Hewitt Cycles can be relied apon to do just this.
I don't have the Condor, although I did see one whizz past me in Sundays Sportive White Horses Challenge, however I do own a rather lovely Wilier Mortirolo with a full Centaur gruppo, and cannot recommend it highly enough
The bike is comfortable to ride, the Camapg stuff is just a joy, perfect gear changes, er <ahem> a VERY noisy freehub which always gets comments from fellow club members, you certainly cannot creep up on someone whilst not pedalling!!
I would say go for the Wilier, but I am slightly biased, wait a bit longer (if you can) and there may be some deals about as mine cost me £1,699, well worth the money, but if you can get it cheaper good luck.