I talked to Mcleod while at SEMA this year since they had the 5 speed on display. They are working on a slight synchro issue at the moment and plan to have that fixed very soon and have the transmissions available early 2011. They are aluminum cased and all of the components are made in the US except for the gears which are made in Europe somewhere (can't remember where, but he said they come from the best gear cutters in the world). The gears are forged not cast and are not straight cut. The transmission was based on the Mopar 833 and will have an 18 spline input shaft. The length of the transmission will be the same as the 833 so no driveshaft length difference, but a new slip yoke will be required which Mcleod will provide with the transmission (it has a turbo 400 spline output shaft). First gear is 2.97 ratio and 5th is 0.63. The shifter location will be the stock Mopar locations so no floor modifications and will use stock Mopar bellhousings. This is a true bolt in swap for existing 4-speed cars. The transmission was very impressive looking in person and the guys at Mcleod were saying all the right things. Price is expected to be around $3000.