Yes, I used to use the Mavic A719s. After I wore them out, I briefly used the Mavic A119s (I think), but very quickly got discouraged by their wear markers, a groove that runs around the middle of each rim, because it created a ridge in my brake pads, and caused them to stick. I then replaced these (even though I hadn't used them much) with the Velocity Dyads, which I quite like. Somehow I managed to wear these out after only 6 months, even though I regularly clean the rims and brake pads; perhaps I need to improve my cleaning technique for those?
I just spoke to St Kilda Cycles, and the specific rims they recommended are the Dirtworks DT TK540: http://www.dtswiss.com/Products/Components/Rims/TK-rims/TK-7-1-black.aspx
(the URL's misleading: it is the 540 model in the page, not the 7.1).
These are available with either 32 or 36 holes, and I need 32 holes for the front wheel (because of the Son 20R dynohub) and 36 for the rear.
If I just get another pair of Velocity Dyad rims, it will be a bit cheaper, because they can use the existing spokes (which, unlike the rims, are still in good condition). The DT rims cost more than the Dyads, but are apparently longer-lasting. The tech told me he's used the DT rims for about 2 years, riding 300-400km / week, in all weathers, so they sound fairly long-lasting. The DT rims weigh 540g each compared to 480g for the Dyads, so I'd be carrying an extra 120g (not that I'd really notice it on my touring bike).
So, have any of you used the DT Swiss TK model range of rims?