Lacing the rims takes the better part of an hour, truing takes the rest, but the result is definitely worth while. Polishing these parts up from the snotty stock parts took hours and hours, but again, was well worth it for what will be a show stopping bike.
I got the wheels to Toby yesterday and he was able to mount the new tires, and balance the wheels. He chose Continental "ContiGO" tires, because of the sticky compound, and modern performance design. I think they look great on the wheels, the front wheel is being stopped by a modern two piston sliding caliper on a 320mm Ducati rotor.