If you want to save weight then go for the Marchesini Forged Mags or BST Carbons.
Also keep in mind that it is not just the wheel weight, but where that weight is situated that affects the gyroscopic precession of the rotating wheel. You can actually have a wheel that is lighter than another wheel, but still performs worse because more of the weight is towards the outer rim instead of being centered towards the hub. If you are just chasing aesthetics then it really doesn't matter, but if you really want the performance aspect then there is a little more to consider with your purchase.
I personally will not use or sell Carroz wheels after all the bearing failures they had. Any manufacturer that tells their customers to use half the recommended torque values to keep from disintegrating wheel bearings because they cannot figure out proper spacer and bearing tolerances is not a product I want to trust my life or anyone else's with.
Last edited by LDH; 12-19-2014 at 12:00 PM.