I prefer the Ford Race 9mm wires. It's not a big deal but I do like that they are numbered, so removing them to make adjustments, install things, etc. means you don't have to mark 'em or trace 'em back in the right place when you're buttoning up. My Dad's been using NAPA's flagship 8mm's and they've been fine too.
I'm with the herd on the Ford wires. They seem a tick longer than they need to be, but nothing that can't be cured with routing and separators. Also if you're running headers, get heat sleeves for the plug boots.
I'm running the Ford Performance wires - I was ordering a bunch of stuff for the 95 from Summit so I bought 'em. They seem to be good quality for the money - but I actually prefer custom fit wires.
@cobrajoe Will probably back me up. It's not hard to cut / terminate spark wire ends. It allows you to run different angle boots on different plugs (helpful with headers etc) and it allows you to run the wires EXACTLY how you want them routed with no big loops of slack etc.
I'm a Taylor wire fan - have been for a long time.
Sorry for the confusion. That is all the more reason to put the man above back into your life and the "Pledge". Never give up! Do you give up on your Bronco? I don't know the whole story here but things will come around sooner or later you will see, but you need the Faith and determination to see it through to the end. My daughter finally came around but I'm sure my story is different than yours, but it was great to see it all unfold before my eyes. I've had other things in my life happen that have been going on for many years but I still haven't lost hope and still Believe. Good luck buddy and Believe!!!