Hello all, I'm stuck with a 700r4 from an '84 Chevy for my '79 Camaro build. From what I've gathered reading through search results, here's how I plan to proceed: 1. Acquire a driveshaft from a mid-80's S10 Blazer and get the proper U-joint installed QUESTION: What exact years/models of Blazer should I look for? 2. Acquire a crossmember from bow tie overdrives Retain original driveshaft and crossmember so I have options when the 700r4 explodes 3. Acquire a non-lockup converter so I don't have to mess with wiring. 4. Get the tranny overhauled for reliability/peace of mind. Beyond a routine refresh, what things should I do to assure this thing will hold up on the track? I'm putting it in a 3100 lb car with street tires, behind a SBC 406 targeting 550 HP/hoping for 12.70-13.00 sec range. I intend to use it full-manual, standard shift pattern without kickdown/detent like my previous TH350. QUESTION: With a full-manual valve body, do I need to worry about shift kits/governor mods/servo mods/etc? QUESTION: With a full-manual valve body, do I need the TV cable? 5. I have the B&M Megashifter installed, easy to convert for 4-spd. Needs a new boot and position indicator window QUESTION: The only manual valve bodies I see are reverse shift pattern; will the B&M console Megashifter work with reverse pattern?