Apologies for another fiberglass hood thread, but I've got some questions that I don't think have been answered yet. I've been wanting to do some weight savings on my car, and it seems the hood is an obvious part to change, but not an easy one. I've read a lot on here about hoods flying off at speed and having to work on them out-of-the-box in order to get them to fit. So I've got a few questions that may clarify my concerns. I plan on autocrossing this car, and possible track days in the future. 1.) As the title states, is it worth the hassle (fitting, securing it, etc.) to use a fiberglass hood? 2.) I see that you can lose twice the weight if you switch to a full pin-on and remove the hood hinges/springs (saving 60 lbs vs 30 lbs, roughly), but is it worth it? Would I have to put pins all around the hood and make it look bad? Would I be able to remove the hood myself (I'm fairly strong), or would I always need a second person? 3.) Would it be worth the extra money to buy a Harwood hood in-person from Classic Industries since I am close by instead of paying shipping fees and having to worry about the hood getting damaged during shipping? I'd like to go back to the original flat hood look, as I think the cowl induction really doesn't look good on most of our cars. Although, I'm curious to see if anyone has Glasstek's small cowl induction hood, as the rounded design is much better suited to the shape of our cars. Also, how difficult would it be to add some heat extractors onto the hood, like Brian Hobaugh's Camaro?