One thing I did want to cover now that I've had to deal with it again filling the transmission. The Dipstick. I started with a stock-like dipstick that Bowtie provided. It was a pretty decent shape to fit along the firewall, but it was about 4-6" short and hard to reach with the height of my truck. I then decided to go with the Lokar dipstick that AA recommends. It sounded great with a braided stainless steel body so that it contours where you want it and a nice billet aluminum handle. Well, its also a hair too short (maybe 2-3"). It ended up right at the height of the AC box and just under the PCM which makes it a pain to fill the transmission from there. I end up pulling the whole dipstick assembly from the transmission and snaking a funnel in just above the frame to fill. The other thing that I don't like about the lokar is the stick itself. Its a soft plastic that is coated with teflon or something. Great for sliping it in and out, but the ATF doesn't coat it very well so its hard to read. Plus the aluminum handle gets VERY hot after driving a bit making it impossible to hold. Not sure if Lokar makes a longer dipstick, or a V8 dipstick from some truck would work? I imagine a dipstick from a car would be too short again.