I went from Stinger 6s to Bontrager D3 5 clinchers.
I loved the Stingers. Stiff enough (always had to really crank down the rear skewer for some reason or the wheel would pop out of the dropouts), held speed very well, and were certainly predictable in the wind. They're deep enough that they will push you around though. It's not something I get too concerned with as I'm usually 165-175 lbs but there have been some high speed moments where I got pushed a lot more than I'd have liked... probably would have been similar on box section rims though, honestly. Big gusts are big gusts.
I went to the Bontragers because they seem underrated, I REALLY like the info in their white paper, and I wanted a clincher so my wife won't be SOL if she gets a flat. I do notice the D3 takes atouch
more effort to spin up (not huge by any means and maybe only noticeable because I rode them back to back) but they also hold speed very well and are plenty stiff for anything I've thrown at them... and I can sprint like a megawatt for 20 minutes.
Braking on both wheels is very good, slight advantage to the Bontrager. I also think the hubs on the Bontrager roll better... then they're also 11sp compatible (negligible if you're getting brand new Stingers, duh) and I think the white spokes look sharp.
Alas, I may also be selling the Bontragers because I'm broke and fancy parts have been taking a backseat to improving my training regimen.