Rebuilding another Triton 5.4 2v out of a F150 7700. Stock rebuild. Not looking to add horsepower or modify. Tried asking on the F150 forums but they aren't overly active, figured I'd get a couple more opinions and check in again with the SHO community! I'm heavily debating throwing new main and rod bearings in ($70) VS replacing with a machined crank that includes oversized bearings ($350). The third option to polish and recondition the existing crank and buy new bearings is the most expensive option. A job like this it's easy to throw money and buy everything new, but I want to justify the expense is totally worth it before pulling the pin. If the crankshaft journals are completely clean / clear of defect and measure well within spec, is there any harm throwing in a new set of main, thrust, and rod bearings and calling it good? I intend to torque and plastigauge everything of course. I suspect given that the bearings are the softest material there should be minimal wear/erosion to the journals. As pictures, there's not a huge amount of wear on the bearings. tiny bit of scoring on the one main bearing (shown) where it looks like a bit of oil contamination. The crank appears clean and unscathed despite the one main bearing picture. Thoughts?