I hope I'm not being the fly in the ointment, but I have a few practical questions. What would the advantage be of the pump being in the cover, over the installation of an external pump like a belt driven drysump or wet sump pump? In the case of an engine failure where trash ended up going through the pump and taking it out, are we talking about having to fab up another complete cover? Seems like a lot of work. I have done my share of custom fabricating, and after you've done enough of it, you start to realize that if an engine failure takes out that work of art, you're going to be spending a lot of time replacing that part or developing an easier, quicker solution to replacing that part. Just looking at the future circumstances of maintenance and repair of such a specialty item. My first question is serious. If someone does see the advantage, I'm eager to learn.