So I am relatively new to track racing and had a few questions for those with the track experience. Currently I ride at the out door velodrome in san jose california, it is cement with mild banking (22.5 degrees) so its real nice for us beginners (i've been out twice). Anyways, I've been riding mountain bikes for about a year and a half now and fully enveloped myself in the sport (I work at a bike shop as a mechanic and have a decent knowledge of mountain bikes). I have a fixed conversion right now that I am planning on giving some new wheels, some super record hubs converted to fixed laced to deepv's (make em nice n sturdy for commuting). At the same time I am planning on buying a true track frame (I've got my eyes on the s-works langster frame) and was thinking of building a decent wheel set for it. Im pretty set on phil hubs, and I'm thinking 32 hole (I weight about 170, tho that weight may go up). As for spokes I'm considering using a straight 15 gauge dt swiss spoke, laced radially in the front, and 3x on the rear. I am a little hung on the rims though...I would like to try out tubulars, but I dont have any experience with them and dont know if I really should be using them. I found some ambrosio rims which back in the day seemed to be pretty nice, and I also looked at both the velocity escapes (which appear only available as machined) and the pro elite (which seems a little heavy...my mtb rims weigh more). I also saw some araya adx-1s which look real enticing but I have no clue where to get them. Anyone have any ideas? Should I try for some tubular rims? Or maybe just stick to Deep Vs or Aeroheads, maybe CXP 22s?