There is going to be more work than you can think of, to make a turbo work with this motor. Any motor with reliability, heat, and lubrication issues is not a good candidate for forced induction. Even keeping boost at 10lbs or below, add a lot of heat, and stress on every component, to any motor not designed, and up graded to be turbocharged. The whole bottom end is going to be reworked, if you want it to last for a reasonable time. A forged cross drilled polished crank for starters, Custom rods would be best, and at a minimum, the stock rods would need to be shot peened, with up graded hardware to hold them together. Stock pistons wont last at all, and will need to address the ring set up for a compressed motor. While the cam choice would be good for a NA motor, a profile for a turbo motor are very different. Stock head gaskets will be replaced a lot faster than normal, and having the block, and head o-ringed would be the only way to go. Then the fuel injection will need remapping will take a lot of work to make sure that everything is balanced with air/fuel mixture, other wise you open yourself up for motor failure. The list goes on, and on, and on. Balancing and blue printing the motor, with the right cam profile, along with increased breathing capability, would improve the performance and drive ability by a sizable margin over stock. Not only would this set up be cheaper, but also will improve reliability as well. The big gain will come from work on intake/exhaust by matching ports on the intake, and exhaust, and then have them extrude honed to smooth the passages, and open them up for increased air flow. This and up sizing the valves can bring you to a whole new level of performance, when done correctly. Then with some tuning of the Mega Squirt, you can then take advantage of the improvements in breathing to find a happy medium for your driving style, and needs. Just my opinion of course.