If you don't mind the extra weight(some people do). This bike is 19lbs with the current wheels, tires and pedals. The DT Swiss wheels are ~1650 grams. I am probably going to buy a new wheel set for road riding exclusively this winter.Wow! I have 28mm on my Roubaix and there is question as to how easily the frame will accept 32s. I think I will really have to go gravel dedicated if I do much more trail/forest service road riding. Thanks for the reply and enjoy the rides!
If you want to stick with Specialized, the Diverge series are good gravel bikes. I tried to find a Diverge Comp carbon in my size locally, no dice. I preferred a double front chainring since I plan on doing quite a bit of road riding.