I've previously built the non-programmable design and can swear by it's performance and reliability. It's ridiculously cheap and furthermore you can still use point triggering if you want to making it dead easy to bypass the system on the side of the road in the unlikely event of a failure. The points last forever and rarely need adjusting when used in this way because they switch only a very small current.
Their only disadvantage (apart from having to assemble them yourself) is that they are housed in separate boxes rather than the distributor itself. Some may find that a bit unsightly.
(P.S the file sizes are too large for me to post. If you are interested please send me a PM)
Edit: Note link here for the non-programmable version. See page 10
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