So I have had my truck for 2 years now and bought it with a receipt for a AAmco tranny rebuild that was only 10,000 miles old. I have never thought that the truck has shifted quite right, down shifts are delayed, and when I power into them, the RPM's tend to flare a bit more than they should. I had various issues with improper gear engagement: go to start out in drive and the truck is in a much higher gear than first, only happens every once in a while. Recently I have had the issue where the truck goes to shift from 1st to 2nd and it goes up to a taller gear without even engaging 2nd. I just recently realized that my kickdown cable was too tight, now it is at factory specs but issues have popped up with the cable at factory specs yesterday. This weekend I did a fluid flush the Rodney way, pulled the pan and cleaned the filter. Filter was really clean, fluid looked pretty good and did not smell burnt, and there was minimal buildup on the magnets in the pan. Tomorrow I am planning on checking the solenoids for proper resistance and making sure that the new fluid is at the perfect level. So, I am just looking for opinions on the best way to proceed. I could drive it till it fails, have triple A, but I found a good deal on a very low mile toyota a442 and might pull the trigger on that. The other option is to shop around for a good local transmission shop in Seattle to diagnose and repair. Since I have a receipt from AAmco for 3 grand and the tranny is having issues I am a little leary of a rebuild. Any opinions on Replaciing or rebuilding the torque converter as well? I know that SOR will not warranty one of their transmissions without proof of purchase of either a new or rebuilt torque converter. Is it even possible that my transmission has symptoms of failure without showing any nastiness in the pan or fluid? Just looking for a bit of guidance outside of my typical paranoid overengineering mind. Thanks yall.