Hey, I appreciate your asking. Without going into detail, I've had a lot of things slowing me down over the last couple of years. I had really good "momentum" until then... The good news is that there's light at the end of the tunnel on that front, and I'll have quite a bit of time during the last three months of the year to get things done. The other good thing is that the downtime has given me time to reevaluate some of my plans, and I think I'll be able to come out with a better project. For way too long I was sweating out how to get inlet air into the back of the engine, whether to 1) keep the induction system completely inside the engine compartment (keeping the rear bulkhead intact), or 2) have air go into the hatch area, get filtered, and then straight forward into the engine compartment and the engine.The best solution was staring me in the face: while modifying the rear bulkhead so that it is taller to cover the V8 engine, also move the bulkhead back a bit further to allow the production Audi inlet elbow to fit. This keeps the entire induction system inside the engine compartment, and it will probably make the engine controls happier to see much the same inlet system as in the S6.hiya hows things going on the swap ?any updates ? running yet ? done a track day ?thanks for sharing progress so far !