After a quick review of the link. It seems to me a 'basic' B-series swap could be done very reasonably (both in terms of expense and 'doability'). My mild turbo upgrade of the stock SOHC engine is more work and money that that. Complete good condition Honda cars (with B engines) are dirt cheap. If you know what years/models have the suggested combination of shift and clutch linkage, etc, it would give you most everything you need - aside from the custom axles and some misc universal items. That is also assuming you have basic fabrication skills, but I can't imagine considering an engine swap if you don't (unless you have more money than skills and pay someone to do it). Granted the regular B-series engines aren't extreme performance units, but still a HUGE improvement over the Fiat lump (and trans). Plus they have plenty of potential for power increases if you desire that in the future. Surely seems a whole lot less expense than the usual Honda K swap (if you aren't looking for crazy horse power). More work, but maybe about the same cost as a stock Fiat rebuild (for engine and trans)? I fully realize that thinking about something like this is MUCH easier than actually doing it. And as noted, I'm not planning anything like it...I'm just throwing out thoughts for discussion. Please tell me the pros and cons to this over a K swap.