So I get the trans outta the car today (heavy sonofa****). The clutch pedal was insane for a street driver, and it engaged way too high,..evidence that it was in need of replacing. I get it out and find a Mccleod pressure plate bolted to an FMS aluminum flywheel. Both are toast. Spec told me that they could rebuild the aluminum flywheel w/ a new insert, but I don't know how much yet. I know that the purpose of an aluminum flywheel is to rev more quickly, and that it won't lose as much RPM between gear changes,...I also know that it sacrifices low end off the line dig. The question is this: I expect the rebuild to cost as much as a new cast iron replacement. Given the fact that I could care less about the "benefits" of the aluminum flywheel for a 99% street driven car, am I stupid for considering replacing it w/ a cast piece?