This is a fantastic saddle, with some reservations. I'm 150lbs and have fairly narrow sit-bones. I like to ride in the drops, and this saddle lends itself to that, and generally to tilting the pelvis forward. I can't say that it's the most comfortable thing possible because I haven't tried the leather equivalents, but it has gotten me through 200 miles in one day. Be extremely thorough and persistent about how you adjust the saddle. Seat height, setback, and tilt have to be perfectly dialed in to avoid discomfort. Once you're sorted, you won't notice the saddle, but since it is a hard saddle with no cutout, you WILL notice pretty quickly if things are off. Get it right and you can ride 100 miles without chamois butter. Build quality of the saddle is top-notch, and it ought to last you longer than your bike.
I actually have the LG CX version of this wheelset, with the only difference are the sealed bearings. These are a solid wheelset, with tyres easier to mount due to the wider rim. The wider rim allows the tyre to expand beyond its stock sizing, resulting in a more stable and comfortable ride. Right now, I have the Continental Grand Prix 4 Season 700x25 mounted and they're measured just over 26 mm. They've recently taken abuse in the last Solvang Century with no issues after 2,000 miles.
They take a while to spin up and although their weight suggest as a non-climbing wheelset, they're decent enough to climb. Don't let the weight fool you!