Yep, family first. Still in the kid business. Thanks. Inspiration is really what the HAMB is all about. Happy to contribute, thanks. Well, you might need to get your mind right over the fact that yours most likely will! Seriously Sean, have not touched the Chevy since the last real update here, which was a long time ago. Here we go again: two kids in college and a junior in h.s. It is a psychological/emotional barrier as much as anything. ANY resources (time, money, effort) spent on the Chevy smack of selfishness on my part, I get it. I am content to know that this situation is temporary, my time will come. Which brings us to my favorite rant, a lecture that I periodically offer to the younger parents: The kids are not little for long! You will be out of the raising kid business before you know it. When you are in the middle of the Toddler Tantrums, or the Middle School Homework Wars, or the High School Drama, it can seem like it will last forever. But then you look up and realize that it has all changed, the raising is mostly over, and nobody warned you that the end was approaching. So, you young dads, fight the natural urge to say "we'll do it later" when you come home and need the space to chill while your kid is saying "Daddy play with me." These moments are, in reality, fleeting ones, the most precious thing we have. OK, back to regular HAMB programming . . .