I have Campag Zondas on my bike, which suit me fine as they're light enough but pretty sturdy too. A while back I had a bit of an incident with a brick, and the front wheel went out of true. As is my want, I had a bash myself with the help of the internet, a spoke key an a bike book, and I'm pleased to say that it worked a treat, and the wheels have stayed bang on for a few hundred miles since then. My question is more out of interest than anything, but, as the spokes on Zondas are bladed, now I've tweaked them to true the wheel, a number of the blades are now at angles to each other, which I would think kind of defeats the object of them? To be honest, at my level the amount of difference this makes is so miniscule it's daft, but how do mechanics deal with this? I imagine it's never an issue with normal spokes, but they must come up against this, and was wondering if they just accept this as the norm, or whether there's a way round it - to get the wheel and the blades straight? I'm not mucking around with a perfectly straight wheel, but just thought I'd throw it out there so I can sleep easier.... which is all rather sad Cheers!