You asked me for my opinion so, here it goes.
You said "no spark", so I would start there. Before changing things I would check all electical connections to make sure that something has not come loose or a connector has not burned through, I had this happen once. I would also check the fuses again and test them by replacing each one with a new one. Sometimes it is difficult to 'see' if a fuse is burnt out. No spark at all could be the coil, but I would change out the cap, rotor, plugs and new wires. It probably needs it anyway. If still no-go, then I would change the coil.
Hope that helps.
Friday, January 12th, 2007 AT 5:50 PM