As far as all the slop you see in the stock sifter in that video with the engine off (the before peice in the video), you need to consider what changes occur with the Blowfish bracket. The bushing on the rear of the shifter simply bolts to the bracket, same as it does the body. All that wobbly motion you see is not because of that mounting point, it's the pivot joint at the end of the shifter shaft. Now when you throw in the mushy stock engine mounts you have flex between the body mount and the transmission because of torque, that will cause some additional misalignment, but most of what you're experiencing with the stock sifter is built into that shifter design. But your money, your choice. Let us know how it works out.