Tom, why do you get so worked up about this? Run what you like and don't worry about what the others think about your platform. No mater how hard you try people are going to have differing opinions of what the "best" is. Don't be that guy that feels the need to prove what he did was the "best". Run it, know you're happy with it and feel proud that you did it. It's a nice ride and a nice conversion done in a state with strict laws. It's an achievement. Seems car forums get side tracked anymore with everyone asking what's the best "xxx" or guys always posting what they did because it was "the best" way. The best way is always the way that suits the builder's taste and needs. You can't argue preferences, and it shouldn't be a win or lose proposition when guys start offering information. If a guy posts BS facts then by all means we should point it out to protect the integrity of the technical aspect of the information, but if a guy "likes" something for what ever reason we should accept everyone has a different take.