I have a 1968 GTO with a 400cid and 4 speed that is basically stock, including the points/condenser/coil ignition system. It's a driver, mostly used to tool around town and go to the golf club but thanks to a recent Hegarty article I got to thinking about reliability, specifically the ignition system. I'm considering switching over to an electronic ignition system of some sort, not to improve performance (I am an old guy and I drive her like one) but for the increased reliability of a breakerless sytem. I'm confused about which approach to take. There are kits out there for about $150 that would convert my breaker system to breakerless using the stock distributor. That would seem to achieve my objective, but there are also full distributor replacements with all sorts of technology built into them for about twice that much. Given that my desire is improved reliability and not improved performance, if cost is not part of the equation which is the simplest, easiest route to take? What would you do, or what have you done? All recommendations, including brand names are welcome! Thanks!