So I'm currently in possession of an Enduro Pro '06 and I'm planning on converting it to a light DH/FR bike with AM weight so I can still do some uphill riding (I'll add more travel with a bigger stroke shock and fork, and the bike has no warranty as it was a blem deal). But the first thing I feel absolutely needs to go is the wheel-set on the bike (Sun-ringle SOS). This is where I'm put into a predicament. I want a light wheel-set, but I don't want to sacrifice strength for weight. So here are my thoughts on wheel-sets but does anyone have any good input and maybe the weight of your super awesome wheel-set and what it is? -Mavic Deemax UST wheel-set -Mavic Crossmax SX wheel-set (do they hold up?) -EX 823 rims on Hope Pro 2 hubs -EX 729 rims on Hope Pro 2 hubs Trick is I can get most of this stuff in the same price range, now I just need to figure out what is better. I honestly think Deemax's are over kill for me, but they are strong and light so that meets my needs (and then some). Also can anyone recommend spokes, and maybe put up the weight on your wheel builds? I'm pretty set on a Mavic wheel build, but I'm considering Easton Havics as well. P.S. Also, what about resale value? If you were buying a used wheel-set, which would you prefer for a resale (good condition)? EDIT: Oh, and feel free to post links to other posts, I searched but didn't find much in the way of weights.