Originally Posted by Nashpdman
"I would also use this opportunity to throw the chrome cylinders away"
Really, not that I wouldn't like some of the Lycon CNC ported cylinders though. I've read chrome use more oil, but the tradeoff was no corrosion, ring wear vs. cylinder wear, and longer break-in. Am I thinking wrong, I intend on reusing them? They appear to be in very good shape.
I agree with sending you're case in for OH even with low hours and good appearance; DIVCO will boil the case out and inspect all of your passages and clearances, along with performing any service bulletins and replacing hardware that should be redone at OH. It's worth it to me just for the peace of mind.
As for chrome cylinders, I've had them and gotten good life out of them. However, the cost of sending cylinders out for overhauling versus buying a new when viewed over the life of the engine makes new cylinders a pretty good value. But if you're going to do your own inspection and reassembly, there's not wrong with sticking with chrome.
Do be careful when honing to only remove the minimum amount of material.