New wheels just got here 2 days ago and I was able to go out for a quick 35 miles on them yesterday. I have been on cheap low-profile wheels for what seems like a year. Before that it was H3's, then Jet 6's, and Jet 9's before that. Now I have a set of new Jet 9's that I ordered directly from Hed. I forgot what it is like to ride deep wheels. When motoring along at speed, the wheels just want to track "straight". It was quite windy on the ride though and handling wasn't a problem - I just had to get used to riding them and that took about 5 minutes.
Other than the wheels, I am using Vittoria open tubular slicks - the past 3 years I have used the Bonty clinchers. I think that these are a bit wider, but they were really cheap. The KCNC skewers are back on after 2 years of sitting on the work bench. Also, I have swapped out my front bottle & cage for the Profile Razor aero bottle. I had a discharge when hitting a big railroad crossing - that was on the 1st ride. After that I added a bit of electrical tape to the tabs on the cage and now the bottle is more secure. I just wanted to try something different. So far I like it.
Weight as shown (minus the sack, of course) is 16.5#. The wheels (with the Hed rim strips) came in at 1,960 grams.
Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously good looking?