@edsnova- Just a 4 point, Ed, with the back braces going through the back of the passenger cabin and tying into the brace between the tops of the shock mounts. (Hopefully) It'll be a kafer bar type thing with a support on each side going from the top shock mount area to the frame horn end and another support going down to the torsion tube.
@Gordon Nichols- wouldn't that be cool!
@Michael Pickett-Looking good Mike! The further you can smooth those changes in flange shape up the manifold (so the change is more gradual) the better/more power it will make. And watch that the area between the intake ports doesn't get too thin or the engine may develop a habit of sucking that part of the gasket out, with rough running being the result of an intake leak that you can't find unless you take the manifolds off. If you use Alan's method to flatten the manifold bases don't go very fine on the sandpaper- leaving it a little bit rougher will help keep the gasket in place.