I had already installed Dobeck's GEN3 EJK fuel controller and was real happy with how it mainly cooled the bike down. Installed SE Street Performance Slip Ons and SE Stage I Air Cleaner Kit today and hopped on the bike for the test ride with great anticipation after adjusting the GEN3 for the full Stage I. I can't tell you how many posts I've read to the tune of "It feels like riding a new bike" and "this is how all Harleys should run" from folks who've done the Stage I. Well, to be honest, I didn't notice a whole lot of performance improvement. Now, to be fair, I went back and looked at the before and after HP and TQ charts in the P&A catalog and online and noticed that the main increase takes place above 3000 RPM. The couple times I really got on it and was in the 3000 to 4500 range it did feel better. But the rest of the time below 3000 RPM was a bit of a let down. I guess this is why so many riders complain of gas mileage going down after a Stage I - they tend to run it at higher RPM's to get the benefit of the additional HP and TQ available up there. Let me say that so far I'm thrilled with the SE slip ons - just what I was looking for - nice low rumble when idling and at cruise RPM, slightly louder when accelerating but not obnoxious at all. So.....to get any improvement in the sub 3000 RPM area I guess I'm looking at cams, right? I've always seen the cam posts and magazine articles and skipped right by them thinking I'd never need them. I know there are some HD SE cams and Andrews cams that address the low to mid RPM area. I'll do some research on that but let me finish with this question. Can someone like me with low to average mechanical ability handle a cam upgrade? Not counting the parts, what would the labor charge be to have someone else do it? Thanks for reading this long and rambling post!