Wow man, thanks a lot for the info! That makes sense as to why the cross-reference says what it says. I really need to get my hands on that supplement. No biggie that 98-99 won't work with 00-02, as the broken coupe is a 1998, and the sedan I'm taking the replacement trans from is a 1998 as well. Just would have been nice to be able to use the 2000 transmission that I took out of the silver parts car last month instead of having to pull another trans. I am ready to drop the trans now; there are just 2 bellhousing bolts holding it in at the moment, as I had company last night and decided dropping a transmission after 6 beers was probably a stupid idea. I didn't mess with the exhaust, steering, or the rear part of the subframe. I was able to take the front section of the subframe out with the control arms, brakes, knuckles and swaybar links still attached. The axles came out easy once the struts were unbolted from the control arms; the trick is to slide the shaft out of the fork in the bottom of the strut once it's separated from the CA, and then it pretty much falls right out. Since I took the knuckles out with the subframe, I didn't have to separate the lower ball joints. The uppers and tie rods came apart without damage or much of a fight. It is a little bit tight to get the intermediate shaft out with the exhaust still in place, especially the bolt closest to the transmission. But a 3/8 drive ratchet with a stubby socket made pretty quick work of it. I also cracked the hub nuts by taking the wheels off, popping out the center caps, putting the car on the ground and just using the weight of the car to stop the wheel from spinning. Was easier and faster that beating on it with an impact, and you don't need an accomplice to push the brakes for you this way. From now on, that's how I do it. Flexplate bolts came off fairly easily, as did the shift linkage. With the front motor mount and transmission mounts gone and still on the subframe on the shop floor, lowering it on a jack looks like it's going to give enough clearance to slide the transmission off, but not by much. I'll let you guys know how it goes; hopefully I get to it tonight after work. And I had no idea that it was possible to swap just the temp/fuel gauge portion of the cluster. Once the transmission is working in this thing, I'll take the cluster apart and see what can be done in there.