My 1980 H30 has a "frozen" main sheave. All of the standing rigging is the original from 1980. As the mast has to come down to replace the sheaves I plan on replacing all of the standing rigging as well as the lights and wiring. I have good mechanical skills but little experience with rigging. Other than adjusting shroud tension, my only rigging experience was assisting a friend install roller furling on a Catalina 27. I have a pretty extensive set of mechanics tools but no swage tools or experience in cutting or swaging steel cables. I have three questions; is it possible to order shrouds cut to length with the hardware (eyes, turnbuckles, etc.) already attached, and can anyone recommend a source? Otherwise, is it less trouble than I am supposing and I should do everything myself, or lastly, is it a major job with serious safety concerns that I should leave to the professionals? I have already found a rigger to "build" the new rigging, but his schedule is booked solid for several weeks, and I typically prefer to do my own boat projects. Thanks in advance for any input.