I think that you probably made the right choice for your chain. Since you are likely to encounter mud during your rides(what? rain in Washington?), you will get a better bang for your buck with an O-ring chain. When you run two O-rings on the BW, the drag is quite noticeable. If you were looking for maximum horsepower (at the dragstrip, Supercross or the Salt Flats) the cheaper standard chains are the way to go.
Cliff is going to race the "Mamma Didn't Raise No Fool Class" at EnduroX. Just like the race we ran in Alaska, Cliff will be the man behind the camera, sucking down a beer as the fools thrash and flail around the track.
(I'm going to try to get him to run the 350 around the track during one of the practices though. Just don't tell him I said that)
I have a bud who is a videographer/ retired that likes to mess around and im 15 blocks from the race..we would be happy to help shoot footage and I'll even go out on a limb and drink with cliff .....could bring the 12' e-z up over so you all look like aTaddy type setup ......