After voicing my concerns about the engine and the issues I was having, Mike and his shop agreed to swap in a new engine to replace the smoking 22R I had originally purchased. Upon tear-down, it was found that the original carburetor that was installed previously to the Weber had very bad jets, and those jets had drown out cylinder #4 during the break-in period, and prevented the rings from properly seating. Mike took full responsibility for not noticing the junk carburetor and thus agreed to cover the full swap and install for free, charging me for the fluids only. I also had him include a high-performance Cam for an extra 100 bucks. The new engine ran like a dream, it was smooth and strong. No smoke, and improved mileage. My only regret was the performance Cam, as my truck was strictly for street driving and it made the engine a little too beefy and loud for my needs. While I was very pleased with the new engine and the upgrades, I still don't agree with the nearly $1000 install price, but if you want it done right, I'd say it's almost worth that amount. So overall, my issue was fixed for a low price, and I was very pleased with the final result.