yeah, I've got a the complete msd system. (dist, ign, coil, wires) I suggest that if you do change the ignition, you should not leave the distributor stock. You don't necessarily want to mismatch electrical parts if you decide to go all out on it. Now, on my mustang, I have an msd ignition with a blueprinted motorcraft distributor. But, the reason that I went that route is because of the cash thing. But, I have never ever ever had any problems with the combination. If I were you, I would save the hundred bucks by getting it blueprinted, and throw it in for a cheap set of headers. Unless, you decide to go all out on your engine in the future, (heads, cam, ect) that would be the only reason in my book to spend the extra cash.