The 3Guyz relocation is very well made, it uses Parker Push-Loc hose connections that have worked out well. The billet engine adapter will allow you to position the 45° 'out' to the oil filter mount in the position that best suits your setup. The engine adapter is secured by a center filter nut, much simpler than the cast engine adapters that spin on, placing the hose fittings wherever they end up.
I've had some issues with my relocation but they're completely my fault; I've had it on and off several times looking for the 'perfect' hose arrangement. I'm also using a Jagg low mount oil cooler and am using a +3" heavy billet shift rod; that combination limits how I can route hoses.
With the extended shift rod it requires me to position the oil filter mount higher on the downtube so my PCS4C permanent filter clears the forward shift arm; I need to cut a more aggressive angle from the 'out' of the oil filter mount back to the 'in' of the engine adapter yet do to the higher positioning on the downtube I can't rotate the mount inward too far or the 90° fitting will contact the head.
With the size of the engine adapter and the length of the Push-Loc connectors I've now removed the Jagg thermostatic adapter and have the Jagg oil cooler core plumbed in series with the oil filter; earlier this week I cut off the hoses again, didn't quite like the setup. I'll have time today to finally get back out in the garage and make the final hose connection; I'll post up an image in this thread when I've got it done.
If you're running mids or the standard length shift rod on forwards the kit is a simple install; even if you're running a thermostatic adapter along with the relocation you'll be close but can make it work.
It's my refusal to change from the low mount oil cooler and my extended shift rod that causes my problems; I'm a masterpiece of self-destruction