17 and 24 mm. Wimpy. Open Pros, Sports and Velocity Aeros. I care little about either aero or speed. I want wheels that are comfortable, reliable and rebuildable. I've never gone fewer than 32 spokes and won't unless I know I can break a spoke, ride home and not do any damage.
I don't race or ride pacelines. (Too many concussions to have any business putting myself at risk of touching wheels.) TTs have never had any interest for me. I love climbing; the longer and steeper the better. (I will confess that really steep grades; >18% are interesting me less as I get older.)
Now the wheels I would love to have again were my old racing wheels. Fiamme Ergal rims (290 gm) laced with 36 very light spokes. 250 gram tubbies. (But I'll pass on the silk, sweet as that was. The guarantee of dry is a stretch in the northwest.) Those wheels were fun!
Oh, crosswinds. I love riding in crazy weather. Always have. I went out a few weeks ago when the weather was calling for storm winds out of the south. Straight south from my house is a lot of traffic and lights so I took my usual escape rout to the southwest. But once I was out into the rural county roads, the useful ones run primarily east west. I saw crosswinds that were wild. I stopped a half a dozen times and just leaned myself and bike into the wind until the squall died enough to ride again. Until I change, I probably shouldn't ride aero rims.