230 lbs puts a lot of stress on the bike and all of its parts, especially wheelsets. Riding experience of a lighter cyclist, say 150 lbs, is going to be very different from a heavier one, so I always take reviews with a grain of salt.
Here is my review on two wheelsets -- 2019 Campagnolo Zonda C17 and 2019 Roval SLX24 with DT Swiss 350 hubs. There is also a mention of Fulcrum Carbon Zero wheelset which my bike was originally equipped with.
Bike: 2015/16 Pinarello Dogma K8s
Group: Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-speed
Saddle: Specialized Romin Evo Pro 168mm
Handlebar: Pinarello MOST Aluminum
Tire Set 1: Continental 4 Seasons Grand Prix 28mm
Tire Set 2: Vittoria Corsa Control G+ 28mm
Fulcum Carbon Zero - 200 miles
2019 Campagnolo Zonda C17 - 1,100 miles
2019 Roval SLX24 - 200 miles
Campagnolo Zondas are fast and smooth. It is easy to accelerate on them. They climb really well. However, they are a little bouncy, where they amplify bigger bumps and dips, which adds up into a strange "bobbing" feeling.
As a result, the saddle keeps delivering amplified hits and the ride feels hard. This is especially noticeable during longer rides, such as centuries. You definitely feel sore after mile 70-80.
These weehls don't accelerate as fast as Roval SLX 24s on moderate climbs. However, they feel a tiny bit smoother and well-controlled at moderate to steep downhills.
Roval SLX 24s are fast. While they were originally not as smooth as Zondas, they got better within 100 miles. I am not sure whether it was a process of breaking it in, but there is a definite difference.
Unlike Zondas, these wheels don't bob; they delivering a smoother and faster overall ride. These wheels climb better to the point you barely notice the climbs.
Fulcrum Racing Zero Disc Road carbon wheels came originally with this bike.