I love this bike, but it is by now utterly redundant, except under the most heroic of market segmentation efforts.
I use these only on the trainer and only a few months out of the year. With the deal on Stages crank-arms, I hope to have power readings on both race bikes (although the Sram crank-arm I am eyeing depends on selling these wheels).
Never really loved these wheels. My big mistake was building them semi-Cadillac style with Hed rims and Sapim spokes. Should have bought a single cheap powertap wheel built with Neugent's low-end rim and spokes, simply for trainer use. Maybe somebody else will have a better outside use for these.
Other gear that may need to go.
Specialized Sequoia bike, built with 105/Ultegra and Dura-Ace hubs. It's a nice bike. I just never ride it. The idea that I'd keep it around for Sam to ride -- well, I have several bikes around for Sam to ride.
P's Ritchey Breakaway. I'm keeping mine, but she is just not in love with hers. These bikes are not available new for budget prices, so I hope the used market for a very lightly used model is strong.
Giro aero helmet. Heavier than modern road helmets and maybe a tad too large. I just bought the new Bontrager aero road helmet, so this is not only all those but somewhat redundant.