ENGINE STAND OPTIONS: So far my trusty generic 1000#-rated generic engine stand (H-shaped base) has served me well except.... (1) My SBB and BBB engines drooped a little (nose down) when installed and (2) even the SBB hung over the front wheels enough to make me nervous when I was moving the engine/stand combo around. That is, the set-up seemed pretty front-heavy, especially when I first mocked up my BBB. So much so that I'm strongly considering lengthening the center tube that joins the front "axle" to the rear "axle" or... Purchasing a 1250#-rated stand with a U-shaped base or, even better, one of the 2000#-rated folding type with the splayed legs prior to mocking up the alternator, power steering pump, pulleys, belts, etc. I'm hoping those types of stands are more stable than mine. NOTE: The distance from the rear wheel c/l to the front wheel c/l of my stand is 28.5". Can I safely assume that the two higher weight-rated types shown in the photos have longer wheel bases, which would make them less front-heavy? It also looks as though the engine will be tilted back a little when installed on the 2000# stand with the splayed legs. True? Or not? ENGINE HOIST -VS- ENGINE STANDS: While reading buyers comments on the Summit website I came across the complaint that the wide-spread legs of the 2000# stand interfered with the legs on the hoist when attempting to move an engine into position to bolt it on the stand. So, how do you get the engine in position from the front? Or, do you just lift the engine over the stand from the back and drop it down into position? As always... Thanks in advance for the help, you guys.