Don't get the wheels at jenson with the ds-2 rims! the ds-2 rims are disc-specific, and you won't want to use them until you upgrade to discs as well.
There are plenty of cheap wheelsets with rim-compat rims and disc-compat hubs. I'd score some of those, so you can run them with your Vs right now, and they'll take the disc upgrade down the line. Despite the fact that rhynolites are overbuilt rims, most any wheelset in the sub$150 pricerange will be machine-built, and therefore they'll not be so strong til someone finishes them. If you're not comfortable with finishing the wheelset in terms of tensioning the spokes, you're really gonna be better off with the overbuilt rims; they'll withstand more abuse, taking the robo-build into consideration.
As someone who realizes that shhh happens on the trail, i prefer heavy, durable rims. After all, i'm not racing; the piece of mind is worth more to me than the wieght difference. But, to be totally fair, i'm a fat guy. Maybe you're skinny, and you don't ride among lots of roots/rocks/etc that will conspire to kill your wheelset.