I get a very little bit the impression you are not very big fans of ZIPP's....
Can somebody explain why and would also like to learn on alternatives...
It's not so much about the Zipp wheels as a product, it's just that those wheels are just so "wrong" on this build. They would be much better suited to a tri bike or something. But even then, Zipps and colnagos just dont go together, and this is a purely subjective thing on my part. Others will disagree for sure. And they can, I'm not going to argue over personal preferences.
Your overall setup is not really doing it for me either. At 194cm tall I think you said you were, I would think a 56 traditional colnago is simply too small for you, but I have not seen you on the bike so I have no idea what your proportions are. And everyone has their own theories on what frame size works best for them. I just hope you knew enough about what size you really wanted when you ordered the bike.
Lots of folks like Lightweights on everything. If it's a Campy build, I think Boras are the ultimate wheel. In fact, I'd choose Boras over Lightweights but I'm probably in the minority here. You wouldn't go wrong with a set of Fulcrum Racing Zeros (dark label. Really quite a bullet proof wheels and would probably match the bike quite well. But stick to no deeper than around a 50mm profile. Or maybe the Enve wheels with their 6:7 combo, but that's the absolute max profile I would consider on this frame. Still, on an all round stage racer I prefer matching profiles front and back. Just looks better imo.
I thnk the matte black C59 as you've got is simply one of the nicest frames ever made by Colnago. Something about that finish I just never tire of looking at close up and the feel is like satin.