Sorry for all the Campag people out there, CRC are only doing the Shimano 10speed version (although I guess the adventurous amongst you might be able to change the hub!).
Easton are a good brand, these wheels are damn light for the money.
Cheapest on other sites seems to be about £420.
This seems like a great deal.... I would buy myself if I had the money.
The blurb from CRC's site:
The EA90 SL takes the best attributes of the EA90 SLX and adds a few more spokes to give increased lateral stiffness for the bigger, stronger rider. At only 60 grams more, the EA90 SL is a formidable competitor that combines lightweight, enhanced lateral stiffness and bombproof durability in a custom-built wheel set.
Wheel size: 700C
Weight: Front: 646 g, Rear 886 g, Pair: 1532 g
Hubs: R4-series. Black anodized finish. Precision-sealed cartridge bearings with asymmetrical, low-drag seals. Tool-free bearing preload adjustment front and rear.
Cassette Body: All alloy, oversized inboard ratchet mechanism with three pawls. Precision-sealed cartridge bearings with asymmetrical, low-drag seals. Shimano, Campagnolo, and SRAM 8/9/10 speed compatible.
Rims: Gen4. Black anodized shot-peen finish. Welded machined brake surface, 21mm front, 25mm rear. View rim profile.
Spokes: Sapim DB 2.0/1.7/2.0 stainless steel silver
Spoke Count: 24 front, 28 rear
Nipples: External Nickel-plated brass rear drive side, custom-anodized aluminum non-drive side rear and front.