I'm still researching my options for putting together an AR15. A 16" carbine is the goal. I'd just like to get my head checked for what I'm planning thus far. What I've decided on, for now, is rather simple. However, I'm torn between two manufacturers, Stag and CMMG. Unless someone can come up with a compelling reason against it, I would like something specifically chambered for 5.56, and not .223. No Wylde chambers either. I'm leaning towards Stag for the lower due to cost, but I'm thinking about CMMG for the upper. I want a 1 in 7 twist rate, and CMMG uppers have that option at a decent (to me) price. So, the plan is: Snag a complete lower in the next month. Grab an upper, minus BCG about a month after that. Regardless of which manufacturer I choose, I want to use the Larue Enhanced bolt and carrier. While I want instant gratification, I know that you have to pay for quality. I don't have tons of income I can dump into this project, but I don't want a total budget bin carbine when I am done. Any opinions, options I'm not seeing, or flames?