Engine rebuilding opinons...how are Summit\'s engine parts? Well, I got the go-ahead from my Dad to build/rebuild an engine this summer. I'm sure I've got the ability and knowledge to do so, just not too sure on the whole deciding process. (This will be a TBI 350 that meets emissions by the way) Here are my 3 plans (all involve nothing with the block in the truck now - so that I can drive my truck while I'm working on an engine): 1) Buy an engine (not sure how complete, but probably with the rotating crank assembly at the least) from a salvage yard. Have a shop bore cylinders, bore the main and cam bearings, hot-tank, check for cracks. Then, buy new oversize rings, a comp-cams K-kit, rebuild some heads (maybe go vortec), and install everthing else from the engine that's in my truck now. 2) Buy a short block from Checker Auto parts (Schucks to some of you). And do what's stated above. I'm thinking increased price for this option (yes or no?) but I'll have a reconditioned rotating crank assembly. 3) Buy a long block or complete 350 from GM. The first and second options will undoubtedly involve buying some engine parts. I've bought quite a few things from Summit and like their service. But, how are Summit's engine parts? Are they good enough quality for a somewhat stock rebuild or should I buy some name-brand stuff? I'm up for ideas here guys and gals - let me know if there are any potential flaws with any of my plans. And, most importantly - which one of the three would you chose, if any?!?! Thanks.