Nice choice of componentry on that Cervelo, MotorcycleRider. I heartily approve. I gotta say though, on aesthetics alone I liked your Cinelli much more. I don't know how the new Cervelo compares with your old Cinelli performance-wise, though.
I flirted with tubular tires this fall, but after too many flats and a confounding inability to get rid of a shudder coming from the front wheel at speeds above 30 km/h, I gave up on them. I got a pair of used wheels with Mavic Open Pro rims via eBay, which I transferred to my Record hubs--yep, I built my first pair of wheels the other day! Great fun, it's knitting for men, I suppose, but I like it. I'm also glad to be back on clinchers. I never got good at gluing. I like the fact that clinchers have a lip for you to line the tire up with the rim. I also prefer the ease of clincher replacement/repair on the road.
Winter has come early this year, and here in the lee of Lake Huron we've gotten absolutely pummelled with the white stuff--one metre of it already. It's still green one hour east in the Golden Horseshoe. Sob. My winter riding has been severely curtailed. Here's the basement alternative:
You have to cover up during these cold days. Black keeps the heat in, so you can see by the photo that my head is nice and warm.