I did the quickshift DIY thing yesterday, and im very impressed with the result, though the plastic end on the factory shifter is not as good as a solid metal stick, so I will buy an aftermarket one later. I was looking for some time for a good shift, and came across these 2 as the best so far... http://shop.jhmotorsports.com/product.sc?categoryId=5&productId=5 http://shop.achtuning.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=826 I tried to buy one online from JHM, unfortunatley their website won't accept UK postal codes, so may have to find another supplier but googling turned up nothing in the UK! The achtuning / hypershift is a nice piece of kit too, but retains the factory ball housing which is a plastic bit so not as tough as the JHM all steel one. To mod the stock shifter, you simply have to drill through the shifter foot and stick end with a 9mm drill, then redrill the plastic stick end to about 11mm (to match the diameter of the little bush that the pivot bolt passes through) then slip the little bush out of the original hole and push it into the new lower hole, and refit the bolt to the lower position, effectively lengthening the part of the shift after the pivot point created by the ball on the stick, and reducing the throw quite a bit. It was pretty easy but not for the faint hearted unless you have a spare stick, as careless drilling of the plastic bit may break it, making it unuseable. (must be drilled straight too lol) Overall, it worked out well for me, and has convinced me to get a proper one in metal now. Anyone know of a UK or Euro stockist of JHM or Hypershift TX??