I had the waverider 13's - loved them, reliable and hardwearing. Didn't fancy the waverider 14s so i got the asics ds skyspeed - they are fantastic, very light but without compromising on the cushioning.
I had tried the ds trainer but I'm a neutral runner and the support in the ds trainer wasn't comfortable, the skyspeed are the perfect answer.
" A good rule of thumb for uphill of 100 feet/mile gain is to add 20 to 30 seconds/mile to your average pace while on steep uphill of 200 ft/mi add 40 to 70 seconds/mile. For downhill, subtract 15 to 20 seconds/mile for 100 ft/mi and 20 to 40 seconds for 200 ft/mi."
So will adjust race-pace band. (maybe i should put as much effort into training as i do the accessories!!)