Took delivery of the engine this morning! Kind of excited. Everything that shoblock said is spot on. Cast exhaust manifolds. Plastic valve covers. Otherwise looks identical to my engine. I was really excited to see that they shipped the engine with the turbos attached but quickly noticed that the back turbo (right side) was damaged either in shipping or when taking it out (maybe even when the vehicle wrecked). The outlet up pipe on the compressor side was snapped off, so I'll be sticking with at least one of my turbos. No biggy, but it would have been nice to have a spare set of brand new turbos sitting there ready to swap in should I need them. I'm debating on which parts exactly to swap from the old motor to the new one (other than the aforementioned cam and crank sensors). I'm pretty sure I want to stick with the header style steel fabricated manifolds that are on the old motor now, because they look like they probably flow better and have better heat dissipation (although probably louder). The valve covers are plastic instead of aluminum, which seems worse at first glance, but I'm wondering if any improvements were made to that design that would make them superior to the old style. For example, there's no separate oil separator on the back head and they look like they have a little more room under them than the aluminum ones. I've heard a lot of complaints about these early builds for oil in the turbo plumbing from the PCV system. Any thoughts on whether the plastic ones would be an improvement here? This engine also shipped with the oil cooler attached, and I'd like to keep that if possible (I know my current oil filter bracket will bolt right up in its place if I don't use it). Does anyone know what other parts I would need to convert my car to that type of setup? After seeing coked oil chunks built up in the old turbo oil inlet screens and my oil pressure issues, I think these engines should never be optioned without one if you live in a place that regularly gets over 100F in the summer like here. If it's not prohibitively expensive, I definitely want it.