I asked a similar question on FixedGearFever
in the beginners help forum.
Spectrum provides a good (and opinionated) discussion on rims and wheels here
Edward Zimmermann provides a good overview on lightweight tubular wheels here
Neither is specific to track wheels, but good reading.
Since Kissena is an open air track with a bumpy surface, I personally decided on sub 350gm box-sectioned tubular rims laced 28 hole for comfort and lightweight. For the main reason that I am keeping steady at 60Kg.
Most people who ride the Zipps are well-funded (I guess mostly through sponsorship). Its a lot of change to drop on a set of wheels. I have seen good deals on 404 wheelsets (most recently Don Walker was selling a new pair for ~$1,000 in the sales forum).
You are bigger and stronger than me, so you should be able to handle the deep section rims better than I in cross winds.
But, to what benefit and at what cost? Most people have to choose between aerodynamics or lightweight. With the Zipps you get both.
I think you can have someone build a wheelset that would weigh <1,800gms (including tires) using strong light rims, DT revolution spokes, and D/A hubs for less than $600.
The Zipps are on average 1,800gms and priced retail at $1,600.
I think the issues you have to consider are:
how aggressive you are on the bike
the surface of the track
the wind and air conditions of the track
what type of racing you will be doing