After this FWB blog entry ENVE have now posted an article by Pro Cycling Magazine.
All in all, to me, it looks like they did their home work, but I didn't fully understand most of the graphs. It could be me not being smart enough or too exited for decent reading comprehension, especially since I had to scroll around all the time, it could be that Procycling dumbed down the data a little too much or ENVE, just like all the others, are very careful about providing useful info while building up an image, but so far I can't tell if the legs of the dummy were moving or not and I'll need someone to explain the ENVE stability metric to me. Are sideforces pretty high, but more linear?
While it is untrue they are the first to have different rim shapes for front and rear, I for one am pretty convinced these are at least not much worse than Zipp or HED aerodynamically and if they are stiffer and lighter, which should be a little easier to find out, they would make for a really, really nice wheel.
Since at least the .45 and .65 are inferior in pretty much every aspect I can't help but wondering if those will disappear and be replaced or at least discounted, or if the new wheels will just be an addition to the line-up and more expensive.
Since they only mention weights for the complete wheelsets it will also be interesting to see if the rims will be available seperately.