Im sorry, I misunderstood, I took your question as sarcasm which it obviously was not. my apologies.
Yes forged pistons and a proper tune are a great place to start, The factory tune as far as I understand on the 2.5l in 20008-2011 was particularly lean near the top of the RPM range and it often caused knock that applied to great a pressure on the stock ring lands. Even with the stock tune. I would suggest tuning conservatively, leaning towards the richer end of the spectrum ( pardon the pun ) and if you have reason to open the engine then replace the stock pistons with a forged alternative.
And I have heard far fewer horror stories of ring land failure in the 2.0 so you should be just fine. Just make sure you get the grenade out of your up-pipe if you are so unlucky as to have one.
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