I feel compelled to reinforce Roberta's caution about initiating a lawsuit. I understand your reasons for being upset with your neighbors, but... since you are “very, very close to going forward”, I’m hoping I still have a chance to dissuade you from this course of action.
Roberta has said, “(A Lawsuit) rarely makes for better neighbors.” I couldn’t agree more! In 1997, I was involved in a lawsuit over a boundary line shared with a neighboring property owner. It turned out that our boundary was not a straight line between two markers but followed the curves of an old farm road. Hard feelings have not dissipated, in fact, may have increased on the neighbor's part even after this neighbor won the suit. Not good!
You have chosen to live with these neighbors. In my opinion, mediation offers the best hope for reducing the animosity in your neighborhood. Please agree not to go forward with a lawsuit until you have carefully considered mediation! At least wait until your immediate anger subsides before making your decision.