People can build a large LSA for less than $30k (no engine, no gauges). A glass panel will cost your more than 15% also. The only thing home built glass panels don't have is a high intensity display. May be I should start building mine while designing my UL. I would also like to have a few real steam gauges.The problem with a number of this class of instruments is that they are made primarily for ultralights and hang gliders. Their air speed and altitude are somewhat limited. What is needed is something for the smaller LSA planes. When you get to the larger LSA, the builder will most likely go with standard instruments, but if you are trying to build a smaller LSA for under $10,000---I don't know about the rest of you, but I am hesitant to put 10% of that into just the instruments. Not to mention the limited panel space for using the 3 1/8 inch gauges.