A slight problemette is that RR411 is only available in 20, 24, 28 drillings. The asymmetric version is available in 24, 28, 32.
Having recently built a wheel with an Open Pro and 11sp 105 hub and being rather concerned about the lack of spoke tension on the NDS the attractions of an asymmetric rear rim makes a lot of sense. Wish I had got a 32 hole hub instead of 36 and used a RR411. As the 105 hubs aren't that expensive it may be worthwhile going down that route anyway when the rim wears out. Though an essential requirement for the user of this wheel is easy tyre removal/fitting and I know the Mavic rim is good in that regard, no experience with the DT Swiss rim.