Ok, I'm considering doing a 95" Big Bore Stage II kit (of SE flavor) with 204 cams. I know there's other solutions out there, but I'm having a hard time weeding my way through them. As we all know, opinions are like poop holes and everyone's got one and they're all different. Here's what I'm looking at: 1) I've got an '05 EG Classic with 20k on the odometer, stock TC88 with Stage I A/C, SERT & Rinehart TD's. 2) I'm looking for more low end and midrange torque. Roll on power at 50+ MPH 3) I'd like a solution that doesn't destroy my fuel economy or my wallet. 4) I know I can pick up a SE Stage II Big Bore kit w/ cams (29775-02B) for around $625. 5) I don't have the time for nor, am I interested in doing the build myself at this time. I've built automotive motors before, but they have been for my "extra" toys. I don't consider this an extra toy. I've got a 70+ mile round trip each day to work, so I ride the bike out of necessity as well as for pleasure. 6) Most of my riding is solo, since we just purchased the wife a Nightster. Although from time to time, we will ride 2 up. 7) I'm not the smallest guy in the world so a little extra something would be beneficial, besides, torque is fun. Also, should I lose the chain driven cams? I don't think SE has any solution for gear driven, if I'm not mistaken. I know if I keep the chain driven, then I should at least replace the tensioners. How about the push rods? Should they be replaced? SE or some other brand? How about adjustables? Oil pump, required, not required, brands? I know head work is always a good idea, but being that this is a budget build (for the time being) the head work may be out of the wallet's reach. Advice, opinions, solutions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.