Laughing my ass off at the Kysirium haters. Have you ridden a pair for a few seasons? Nope didn't think so.
I bought Es when they came out. 18,000 miles, 3 bearing sets, 5 rims and about 6 pairs of tyres down the line, they are still going strong, day in day out all year round come rain or shine.
The only reason they've been through so many rims is because i live in the Peak District and Peak road grit is death to any braking surface, and because some bint ran me over snapping the front rim under her car, the hub still runs true and fine to this day, though i did have to replace a few spokes when i fitted the new rim.
I've never had to do more than tweak the occasional spoke to keep them straight and i'm still on the original freehub body. They might not be the lightest wheel on the market, or the cheapest, but they are one of the estrongest, most durable and easiest to service.
SO not bad for an all in cost of about £900, 5p a mile...