My 472 is similar. A little bit less duration and not a straight pattern, DOVE's with 2.25/1.76 Ferrea's, and the same pistons. It runs awesome. One thing of note is that these pistons are something like 100 grams lighter than a comparable speed-pro. That goes a long way in keeping stock rods alive at rpm imho. With the Ferrea's I ended up with about a 1.950 installed height using .050" thick cups and Howards standard titanium retainers. I use a Lunati spring, I believe the number is 73121. The whole setup nets me 140# on the seat and 370# over the nose. I've had it to 6900 rpm at a pull, and it controls my valvetrain just fine.
Interestingly, my pistons also ended up around .012" down. My heads are 74cc, and with a standard .040ish fel-pro I'm at 9.98:1. I cc'd a cylinder and the heads myself, it's 9.98:1. It runs great on pump gas, but my dizzy is a little aggressive. I keep my foot out of it below 2500 rpm if it's hot.
1977 F250 Highboy, 79 D60/D80 w/4:10's, 32 spline NP435, 205, 472", 1480's rear and 1410's front and middle. Daily driver/weekend sled puller.