This is brand trust at it's finest.
If voids are meant to be there, why are they not uniform around the rim? From a mechanical point of view, a void on one side of a rim compared to the other side would make it weaker and more flexible, thus creating an imbalance, unless Enve designed this in due to assymetric wheelbuilds (which they most certainly didn't) then it's a QC issue.
And the "some guy in a garage" point is null as well
Raoul has also been involved with composite materials for over 25 years. He has been employed by Boeing Aerospace, Defence and the Australian Institute of Sport. He has extensive experience in quality control of composites, manufacturing and design. Raoul has designed and built many composite items, including items used in the Olympic games, the Malvern Star range of carbon bicycles which won an Australian Design Mark and the groundbreaking BC composites Tammar mountain bike enduro rim. He has worked with national, Olympic and professional athletes in a technology and equipment advisor role and is passionate about sports performance.
So he's basically one of them.