Here's the problem. I have DSS 347 on hold (LB is paid for). I told them I wanted to go N/A after starting with the concept of a supercharger capable engine. The reason for the change of heart..$$$$$$. My long block is over $8k, then there are the fuel rails, injectors, intake, TB & MAF, ETC. ETC. I see the N/A engine, drive train, Paint, and chassis mods running me around $14k-$17k. If I go the supercharger route, it could push $20k+ quickly. So the problem is, I am impatient. I want my toy now. If I build N/A, I could have it together by June. If I go supercharger, it could be a year from now. The N/A will run 450+hp at the flywheel with 10.8:1 compression according to DSS. The S/C version would be over 725hp+ and put the car in the 10 second range. I have spent a lot of time looking at both, picking parts and adding costs. I like the thought of a Kenne Bell sitting on top of a fully tuned engine and chassis, or maybe a Novi 2000, but $$$$$$$. So the questions are; Is it worth the wait? Would the N/A be more streetable and have a longer life? Wouldn't The N/A motor work better for long distance runs with the club? What is your .02 on this? p.s. I posted this on the SCMC forum and got one responce for N/A.