WHEEL TEST RESULTS BELOW

THIS TEST WAS DONE ON A FLAT ROAD in a square made of 4 x 1 mile. So 6.5 km. 
All corners where taking at the same speed with on obstruction and under the same weather conditions.
Wheel pressure was set at 105 PSI and performed all conti 4000 SII tires. 

TEST 1 ( slow test)
Stock wheels time 11:59
RPM 83/ NP 188

TEST 2 ( slow test)
Tri spoke wheel set time 11:59
RPM 84 / NP 181

TEST 3 ( fast test)
stock wheels time 10:37
RPM 88 / NP 266

TEST 4 ( fast test)
Tri Spoke wheels time 10:00
RPM 86 / NP 270
TEST 5 ( fast test)
88 mm front and rear wheel time 10:15
RPM 88 / NP 252

TEST 6 ( fast test) ( latex tubes)
88 mm front and rear wheel time 9:54
RPM 87 / NP 271

TEST 7( fast test)
88 mm front and rear DISC wheel time 9:57
RPM 87 / NP 267

TEST 8 ( fast test)
Tri Spoke front and rear DISC time 10:00
RPM 86 / NP 270
CONCLUSION 
At a slow pace the saving are very non existent as there is not a lot of air resistance at these speeds 28 km or slower on the flat.
AT 32 km per hr a deep rim wheel can save you 35-45 seconds over 40 km . 
At 40 km per hr a deep rim wheel can save you 2:40-3:20 over 40 km. 

LATEX TUBES MADE NO DIFFERENCE. 

SO do you need wheels with a deep rim. If you can put out the power to go fast then yes ( 3 watts / kg or more). If you can't put all your focus into increasing your performance.

Which wheel should someone get. TRI SPOKE, 88 mm , 60 mm, DISC. GET WHAT YOU LIKE. the pro's and cons of each are there but if you like what you have you tend to train more and go harder. If you feel fast you will attempt fast.