I rode a couple of over the counter wheelsets through the summer/fall and I was noticing a lot of wheel flex, more from my 6'2" and 225 lbs than from bad wheels..
After filling out the short quote request info on the PSImet website I received an email from Rob with a couple of recommended options that would work for my size. He also mentioned that he had a couple of training wheelsets he made for his sponsored team that were never claimed and since they were already built up they would ship much faster.
Novatech hubs, Kinlin rims (27mm front/30mm rear), Dt-comp spokes 28f/2x - 32r/3x
The wheels were shipped right before turkey day that slowed the delivery a little, but they did show up a couple of days past what I thought they would. Rob shipped them in individual boxes that were packed with great care for there journey to Virginia.
I carefully unpacked them and my first impression was how beautiful and solid they were, and still being light.
After I freed them from there cardboard travel cases I told the wife to get her shoes on so we could go down to my LBS and get the actual weight of my new babies (and take her to dinner). I walked into my LBS carrying my babies in each hand and handed them to the shop owner who really liked them and one of his team riders feel in love with them and kept picking them up every time I put them down.
They put them on the scale for me and they came out to 1742 grams actual weight, not bad since Rob quoted me a weight of 1735 grams. Not the lightest wheels and no weight weenie would even think twice about these, but at 225 I'm no light weight anyway.
I put off writing about these wheels until I put a few miles on them and only have just over 100 miles on them to date, but let me tell ya they are outstanding and with the higher spoke count don't flex at all..
They are high gloss black, ride very smooth and really look damn sexy...
Though I don't know Rob personally, he is a great guy to deal with and puts out and excellent product that should last me for years.
PS: I like the idea of having a second set of wheels, so looking at PSImet and a couple of other builders at this time..