So...winter boredom is setting in... I have my '72 Satellite Custom wagon in the garage. It has a rotted fuel tank, but I have a (quite possibly the LAST) NOS fuel tank on the bench that I'm debating drilling, and welding a bottom-rear-corner hose nipple for fuel pickup before installation. Reason for that is, one way or another, the wagon will be EFI. I have a GenIII Hemi (all stock 2005 Magnum R/T motor, 36k miles, from a personal car that was t-boned and totalled) that I've procrastinated putting in, for the last dozen years or so. The car has a decent LA 360 in it now (non-original), backed up with a 727 and a 3.23 SG 8.75" rear (factory original rear)...but it runs like poo because the Holley puddle-dumper is all gakked up. I've debated getting an Edelbrock AVS for it (always had outstanding luck with the AVS carbs - back in the day, the car had a Magnum 360/380 crate motor topped with an AVS and it ran consistent 13.40s on street tires and pump gas), and running it a while that way, but with winter boredom...I've been looking around at 4bbl EFI conversions like the Go EFI self-contained from FiTech, or something like the Edelbrock setup. Anyone have any experience with these conversion-style EFI setups, good or bad?