Here's the deal: I have a great road bike (used mostly for fitness training), that has clinchers. I'm building a cheap fixie/singlespeed, that will eventually be my commuter to get to uni. I found a very cheap very nice front wheel on Ebay, that is tubular. I've always wanted to try tubulars, but I can't decide what bike to put them on. Basically I have two good fronts, one tub, one clincher, a good clincher cassette wheel and I need another tub rim and a fixie hub. I can either put the tubs on my commuter (and only build one wheel, leaving the perfectly good rear clincher untouched), or I can put the new front wheel on my road bike and relace the freehub onto a new tubular rim and use the old wheels on the fixie (with a new hub). I'm not bothered about having to build the wheels (might be only one, might be two), I'm more worried about whether tubs are any good (or bad) for commuting. I guess it probably doesn't matter, I'm just bored and I want someone to talk to Any thoughts? Am I likely to fall in love with tubs and end up with them on both bikes?
edit: Since we're on the subject, are there any particular tubs that are good for all-weather general riding (fairly wide is poss.)?