After I picked up my /forums/images/graemlins/burb.gif from getting the torque converter replaced (in the 1K mile old tranny!!!!), I had noticed that occasionally, when I would leave a parking lot into traffic, it would kind of slip and then engage. It did it slightly a couple of weeks ago as I was going home for lunch, so I stopped on the feeder road after I crossed over an overpass to see if it would do it again. I was at a complete stop and stepped on it like I was getting into traffic from a parking lot. The engine revved hard and I heard a LOUD pop followed by a bunch of smaller pops /forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif. It wouldn't move under its own power so I thought I had busted a u-joint until I looked under the truck and saw that it had puked its guts all over the ground (well all of its fluid). I hoofed it back to the guard shack at work ( about a half mile and across 4 lanes of interstate traffic) and called my wife to come tow me home so a tow truck could come get it (I need to take all of my junk out). I looked underneath it at home and saw that the transmission case had grenaded /forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif. There was a crack about 3/4 to 1 inch wide at the top just in front of where the transfer case adapter bolts up (I should have got pictures - I'll get them when I get the truck back). I could see all of the entrails (gears. )The output shaft also twisted in two leaving half of it in the transfer case /forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif. It is all covered under the warranty. I guess now I get a "new" tranny instead of a rebuilt one and a fresh t-case .