Thanks guys for all your help. I like the linear LTC6804-1 that would be perfect but I feel over my head to get it to work. But ill give it a go anyway!!! Lol.
That's sort of the beauty of LTC chips. They may cost a lot, but they take circuits that would be difficult to build discretely and put it in an easy-to-use IC. They also have an Arduino sketch for the LTC6804 on their website that will do the basic functions (read voltages, activate balancers, etc) -> http://www.linear.com/product/LTC6804-1#code
The discrete circuit that it implements is actually pretty similar to what Wawa is doing, except it uses FETs instead of relays. Above 4 cells nobody really uses the voltage divider method. The tolerance/resolution for the cells at the top of the stack make it impossible to get cell voltages to compare to each other, and when it comes to balancing Li-Ion cells a few mV really matter in the flat part of their SOC-vs-voltage curve.