I would like to give a prop to Hadley. Not very common nor seen but IMO they put Chris King to shame (no small feat). They are run out of a garage and are definitely small but the product is like a fine Swiss watch. At the time, almost 18 years ago, I had to get a set of hubs for my then new 03 Foes Fly. I just came off Razor Rock Racing hubs, which, if anyone remembers, made one of the few 20mm thru axle hubs for the rear. This was how the Ellsworth Dare was fitted, and the RR hubs were terrible. Improperly sealed, minimal drive side bearing support...you name it. Couldn't get rid of them fast enough. Enter the Hadleys. Freehub is titanium and engagement is by pawls. My original hubs, on the wheels still on my big bike, have never had a service (and the entire life of the bike has been Shore only). I took them apart 5 years ago, I think, just to look and nothing was awry. Bought a free hub rebuild kit just in case, but they keep on going. When I built up my new bike just over a year ago, guess what hubs I got, and I had the choice. I found CK to be expensive, and although they are lighter, perhaps. it is not rotating weight. And to get almost 18 years (and going!) on a set with no need for new seals, bearings or whatever...remarkable. I mechanic my own bike and have the tools...never needed any side load adjustment...nothing. To my knowledge, the best place to get parts is through Balle Racing website.
I cannot say enough about Hadley. The epitome of a small company that stays tight and small but delivers the goods.