I don't want to poach woolfs thread, but I can answer some questions. Your looking at around five hundred (USD) to have them install the components in the fork, $135 is labor. I am competent mechanically, but they really know what they need to do and they even honed the fork tubes. The shock is $1300 and you must get the remote reservoir (included) if you have ABS.Have you ridden much more with the new setup. Do you still think they're worthwhile?
Just spoke to shock treatment (Australian racetech distributor) can get the internals for around $350 AUD. Can get a YSS Rear shock for around $450 AUD. Do you remember how much you paid? I know you used your bike for r&d but trying to get an idea on price.
Here is what I think of the upgrade:
I absolutely love the upgrade and consider it criminal to let any rider, especially a new rider, leave the store on a bike that isn't sprung for them. If you ever wonder how a motorcycle is supposed to handle, get a properly setup suspension. I weigh 255 pounds so this was a necessary upgrade for safety. Lighter riders may be ok with the stock suspension.
The only problem is now I have to buy a Race Tech suspension for my next MC. I don't think I will be able to tolerate poor suspension again.