It's a matter of matching parts. Your cam grind lists the power band from 1600 to 5800 RPM's. An Eddy Performer lists power gains from idle to 5500 RPM's, with the Performer RPM power gains at 1500-6500 RPM's. The Performer RPM would match your specific cam grind and give you the most performance available. Combined with your stall, you would have a great package with your cam and the Performer RPM.
I would probably top off the combo with a Holley 650cfm double pumper. One thing I've learned from this site is you can have all cool parts but if they don't jive with each other, you've got an expensive hunk of metal weighing down your front end
By the way, what brand is your converter? I'm currently looking for a 2200 to 2800 stall.