Glad you found it and it was useful.
Everyone has different needs and budgets. No reason to spend the money if you aren't going to use it to it's full potential.
When I say "custom", they take a stock bar, saw off the stock blades and weld on longer, multi-hole/adjustable blades. They aren't one-off bending/fitting a new bar.
If you leave the stock front bar, I'd get something a little softer than the M3 bar. Maybe the Hotchkis bar.