Well, I was going to sell the 9 3 and go with a Honda, but I am not lol. We put the new clutch in but I am still concerned about the wetness near the front driver side corner although the compression was terrific last time I checked. I have also noticed that when my DICs go that they develop a crack in the black part between where they hook on to cylinder 4 and 3. Since 4 is closest to that corner, I am wondering if that is what causes the DICs to go. The current one and the last one were used SEMs. I have not seen coolant in the oil or vice versa. The car does blow some white smoke when starting and when running. The turbo seems to be doing a pretty good job although I suspect some oil leakage I go through a quart of oil about every 1000 miles. The car sat for a while while I was running the Honda instead and I did put some lucas stop oil leak product in it to see if it would make a difference. It didn't. I also ran a tank of premium gas through it to see if that would clean up the system a bit. The last time I filled up, it shuddered a bit before it seemed like all of the cylinders kicked in and I was able to drive it home. Still no change in oil or water. It seems to run pretty well, and I am getting 29 miles per gallon. But it still looks like coolant is bubbling up a little bit in that corner. The only other problem with the care seems to be brake pressure and I think that is because there was a seal broken down in the fluid and may be interfering but that is a question for another day. What I am trying to find is a step by step process for doing the head gasket and wondering how much I am going to get into this and how difficult it really it is, if any step by step diagrams exist, etc. I plan on buying the elring head gasket set and exhaust gasket along with the exhaust gasket hardware. I have some cylinder bolts but will pick up a few more to have a complete set. Am I missing anything in my parts list, or is there something else I should consider?