Thanks for having a sense of humor, it isn't always taken as lightly I choose more based on a time vs. $$ thing, as in "who is paying and for what?" It makes sense for me to have them start off with something close, so Holley DP. For sleepers I've had or daily driven rods, the GM carb, power level notwithstanding. Sometimes it depends on what fits the intake or car, whether there's room for a spacer, how much fussing, etc. Now most of my GM cores need throttle shaft work and more, so they will sit until I decide the time is worth it. Kind of wish I hadn't gotten rid of the barrels of Q's I had in the mid 90's when nobody wanted them (would pay, lol). There's enough info in this thread for you to have an idea of what the Q will take to work, and where to look for more info.