Last weekend was the first big trial for my truck and aside from a few things it works beautifully. The hydro assist was a lifesaver in the rocks, I was able to move the entire truck sideways to get myself out of a jam on more than one occasion...however....there are some hickups. First off, I could tell the fluid was getting way too hot, I'm gonna add a small cooler the next time I get a chance to work on it. Question #1: Which line running from the pump to the box is the low pressure return line? I don't want to go cutting the wrong line and having to make another. Also, by the end of the weekend, the setup was leaking a fair bit. I don't know if this had to do with the pressure and heat it built up in one of the rock gardens but it looks like it's leaking from the bottom fitting on the steering box. I'm afraid I might have run the tap a little too deep and it doesn't seal all the way. Question #2: IF I tapped too deeply, is there a good way to deal with it aside from getting a new box? I don't even know if I'm diagnosing it correctly but it seems to be the most likely place for it to be leaking from. Finally, although the steering is fine when moving on asphalt or the truck is on small tires, it is admittedly a little slow turning the boggers on the trail, I had to slow down a couple of times when we were zipping between trails because the steering wouldn't keep up with the tight stuff. I'm gonna mod the pump and hopefully (crossing fingers) not blow it up. Question #3: How many people have done the pump mods and what effect did they have? All I need is for the steering to be more responsive below about 1,200 rpm's, above that it's plenty fast.