This sort of set up is best suited for drag racing. Honestly, if I had that amount of coin to throw on my 10R, it would be pistons, gasket, cam, port and polish. It won't be as quick as a turbo fortified 10R, but it would be certainly be more manageable on those fast track days.
Yea man the only problem is Aerocharger went Tits up, But the salvation is another company took over production of those units. They are very nice turbos but a little costly compared to a Garrett. But again there are NO oil feed lines or return lines either. That alone makes them very nice indeed. They can be configured to mount in any position, and best of all they're Variable Vein units. NO they won't give you chest beating braggin rights at the Dyno show down, but just unload one of those trailor queens off that pump and take it for a ride. It just aint going to happen at those huge power levels. 225 or so on a 10 would be a damn hoot!!!!!!!
I'll bet he already has a backlog of orders for it. To make the same power the other way would cost twice as much easily and still fall short of the power of that. Yep they'll be standing in line I'm sure.
If you want rideability, you might consider a supercharger. They are in the same price range, but deliver their power in a more linear fashion, making it more manageable. By varying the boost, you can get whatever HP you want, up to about 230 HP.