MSD makes good ignition systems but their plug wires are no more desireable than the OE factory ignition wires are. In fact, I'd rather have the OE wiring because of its truly superb quality... which MSD has too but for more $$$.
The thing about spark plug wires that is so misleading is all the gizmo ignition wire manufacturing companies push their wiring's lower resistance. Lower resistance sounds good, right? Wrong. Resistance is actually added to the wiring on purpose, at greater expense, to eliminate spark noise that not only creates static in AM and CB radios, but it can interfere with the engine computer.
Not to mention that the added resistance has a negligible effect on the voltage that gets to the spark plugs. There is so little current (amperes) passing through the spark plug wires that the added resistance doesn't drop a significant amount of voltage. What reaches the spark plug gap is still way more than what is needed to easily fire the spark plug. For those who understand Ohm's Law, you'll get what I'm saying. E=IR is the Ohm's Law thing.
So, really, there is no reason to go for so-called "high performance" igition wiring because there really is no performance gain/reason to go further than the long-lasting high quality OE wiring. Reallly.