I don't disagree that you need a degree of experience and ability to tackle this mod but I personally found found it quite straight forward.This is a very tricky mod.
I even thought of doing it myself, a couple months ago a guy was selling the whole front end of a 4th gen, and i mean whole... forks, trees, axle, mc, brake caliper, lines.. the whole deal... Im glad the 6r worked too.
Now i think depending how much you will spend on forks/trees/axle you might be better off buying some cartridges for the stock forks, which are better than the bpf.
(not trying to say anything bad about the bpf, i really like those forks and i think it is a pretty cool mod)
I don't disagree that you need a degree of experience and ability to tackle this mod but I personally found found it quite straight forward.
I also have no experience with the cartridge mod and do not doubt how effective they are, but the whole fork mod cost about $550.00. This includes forks, trees, bars, and axle. Also got a set of Nissin calipers and a MC that I did not need and will probably sell. (All told I am pleased with the initial performance. Keep in mind that it is a little cold up here now with snow on the way. I will do more fine tuning in the Spring.)