Last Thursday AM, I noticed that I had a new drip-spot under the Cruizer. A cursory look identified it as oil. I finally had a chance to look closer on Saturday, by which time I had lost about 1/2 quart of oil. It appears that the rear main seal has finally failed. I'm pretty sure this is one of those projects I'll farm out. NOW ACCEPTING SUGGESTIONS FOR SHOPS IN THE PUGET SOUND AREA THAT WILL DO THIS WORK CORRECTLY. While it's in the shop, should I have the output shaft "clunk" fixed (between "park" and "reverse" or "drive")? Are these items entertwined??? David Dearborn at Urban Land Cruisers noted that the output shaft could be fixed using existing parts. I'm yet to locate a thread that discusses this... I'm really quite bummed by having yet another leak. I've been 100% dry on the belly-side for over 6 months (since I torqued my oil pan to spec...). I'm hoping to get this taken care of rather quickly, as I have a great deal of fun planned for the remainder of the summer. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!