After months of searching, finally here is the matching FFWD F6R wheels! Have yet to weigh them but they are the DT Swiss 240 version, with a claimed weight of 1355g. They have a 60mm DARC profile which some have compared to Zipp's Firecrest design. Skewers are quite light and branded FFWD though in the traditional red/white font.
Hubs close-up - http://i49.tinypic.com/2r1zexh.jpg
Side view shot - http://i49.tinypic.com/2rdi7oh.jpg
The front tyre is not yet taped, hence why there are no SwissStop FlashPro yellow pads yet. I have ridden just 50km with the rear and it felt both smooth (165psi selected at random - it bounced over 2 bumps) and laterally rigid. Braking is smooth as is the hub that spins with less friction than the Shimano DA on my CL24 clinchers and it's not as noisy as some people warned me about. They wheel holds speed well past 35 km/h - in my mind at least. The Verdestein tyre too seemed to have less rolling resistance but just as much grip in corners compared to the Michelin Pro 3 I use.
Overall, the bike's bar tape should have been Lizard Skins instead of Cinelli cork, and the chain a gold KMC X10SL instead of a Shimano DA, but these are consumables I can replace in time... otherwise this is now a full custom built replica of the 2012 Vacansoleil-DCM pro bike (down to the FSA K-Force brakes and red/white components, instead of Shimano DA and K-Force celeste/white components on the complete bike you can buy from Bianchi dealers).