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The red's and gold's are almost identical cosmetically; the gold's are just a good bit lighter. Both are unanodized, so they benefit from a nice polishing with Simichrome polish before you lace them. Perspiration, road grime, etc. will cause oxidation of the surface so they won't look as nice before long.
They come extremely round and true, so they lace up quite easily. The alloy isn't quite as tough as some of the Mavic rims, so they tend to get flat spots a bit more easily. This also comes with their being fairly light. As track rims they are superb, and that's where they find most of their use, although on the road as a light rim for decent roads (and getting a bit of care) they're good. Do note that the sidewalls are fairly thin so braking will wear through it sooner than on most contemporary European rims -- you might count on 4-5K miles, which isn't as good as a Mavic Reflex and nowhere as long as a GP-4 or DT clincher rim.