I've got a set of DV3K's on my road bike, and 66's on my TT bike. The components on the 66 (same as the 32 and 46) are top of the line. Really top-notch stuff.
My DV3K's seem to be indestructable. I ran over a paint bucket handle, which wrapped around wheel. It bent a spoke and had to be re-trued, but other than replacing that spoke, no other parts had to be replaced. The brakes on the 2011 and newer wheels are much better than the previous models. In 2011, Reynolds added the CtG braking, which makes a big improvement. That being said, they are heavy. I haven't weighed them, but I would say they are on par with the weight of the 66's (rim wise), and when adding the spokes and hub, are probably 100g heavier.
The Assualts use the same hub, and for 2013, the same spokes as the DV3K's (if you don't need 11-speed, and want to save, get the 2012 model - same rim, same hub, better spokes). If you have the money, and can only get one set of wheels, get a set of 46's.
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