I've been doing a lot of searching the archives on the subject of aluminum flywheels for a 2.8. There are a lot of threads about where to get one, or the theory behind them, but very little in the way of actual experience with them on a fairly stock 2.8 with a Getrag. I already know where to get them, and I understand the theory behind them. What I am looking for is some firsthand experience. I know there are people on this forum who have run an aluminum flywheel on a 2.8. Heck, I'd even like to hear about it if you ran one on a 3.4. So come on guys, lets hear your thoughts. Is the car street able with an aluminum flywheel? Is it difficult to get going? What about reversing out a parking spot? Do you have to rev it ridiculously high to reverse out of a parking spot? Is there vibration, or other problems associated? Would you do it again given the chance? Again, I am not interested in knowing where to find one, or the theory behind why they are better or worse than steel. I want first hand experience. So lets hear about it.