I completely agree with you that the best dollar for horsepower investment a 2v owner can make is to go FI. I have looked into KB, torque tech, saleen, and centri's (i would have to go centri or remove my STB (and don't really want to do that). Shop cost will play a big factor. I know how much a pita long tubes are to put on, so I would payout for that, would plan to use my current O/R/H, but I am not a welder so I would need them to modify it to fit. If the end result put me closer to the 350ish brake horse, i think I can live w/ a 2k investment to get there. Now if the price is 25 or up. Or if we are talking 260-270 rwhp is all I get, it changes everything. Truth is there is always something faster, hell by the next decade if electrical cars take over, we may be complaining about how slow a hellcat is. IMO it wont matter, I still like my mustang better. Hell there are a lot of old muscle sports cars that are not as fast 0-60 as our 2v's that are worth a whole lot more $$ and are still BA and desireable. the reason i am leaning more n/a is because i am trying to maintain a real stock look and feel to everything. I guess i am trying to do everything kind of like it got ordered from Ford this way. I know its modified, any other mustang guy will know its modified, but that is why i shy away from a blower. Trust me man, I know i'm an odd ball...lol.