Well, I've finally decided to get a power meter and train properly with a coach. Since I'm fairly set on picking up a powertap (SRM/ergomo/quarq are too much $$$ for a student), I'm now stuck with a choice on whether I should:
a.) build the powertap into an open pro (new rim or prebuilt), or
b.) tear apart my Flashpoint FP60 summer project from last year and build the hub into there?
The flashpoints are laced in a 28-spoke clyde config with sapim cx-rays into a white h1 hub. I went with that lacing even though I'm only 155lb just so that I could train and race with them all the time.
Given that I have no major qualm about training/racing my flashpoints to begin with, is there any reason that going with the open pro would be a much better decision? I'm thinking that it'd be worth the loss of having a bunch of $$ spokes & white hub sitting around unused than not using the entire thing completely. Anyways, would love further insight - thanks =)