It never crashed when I exported without the filters, but then again, I was exporting beta copies using Windows Media Video 9 Codec so I don't know if using Huffy put a massive strain on my Memory.
The problem is that with my source I'm using the television episodes and the two theatrical movies. Some of the earlier volumes of the tv series are very bad looking with terribly faded colors, massive rainbowing, dot crawl, you name it, but it gets better once we get past volume 12 of 18 when the new arc begins. The movies require only minimal filtering to sharpen, color correct, and remove a little noise. So unless I wanted to destroy the good clips while trying to fix the bad ones. I was stuck having to export full quality AVS files.