Dear Ferraristi, As y'all know I've been working on my clutch and a whole bunch of "while I'm in there" for the last 4 months. I finally got the car back on the road and I have a real shifting issue. BTW, it took 4 months as I had to learn how to do it and had to beg for help in many pmails. First, special thanks to: Tom Tbakowsky - clutch alignment markings and torque specs, silicone grease for spline Gabe Morlales ( Head F Tech, Ferrari Central Florida ) - clutch markings, alignment & centering Newman - torque spec, pilot bearing removal, RMS Re / Re Rifledriver - balancing of clutch discs, lube of RMS Well, the clutch works just fine. I replaced the slave seals and the clutch works perfectly. I can have it in gear and rev the engine and the car doesn't move. The pedal feels smooth and weighted....and it doesn't stick There are no leaks of fluid out of the bell housing and no vibration. Here's the problem... Just before the clutch pedal stuck to the floor and fluid leaking out of the bell housing, I started to have real bad shifting. I thought the problem was that with the fluid leaking out of the slave cylinder, there wasn't enough pressure to release the clutch and basically you are trying to shift with a partially engaged clutch. Well now that the clutch works great....it's obviously another issue. Before the clutch work, I could shift into R, 1st, 3rd and 5th just fine. It would not go into 2nd or 4th...cold or nice and warm. I live in FL so the weather is always warm relative to a "cold" gearbox. If I was slowing down to about 15mph coming to a crawl, I could put it into 4th or 2nd no problems...no noise, no resistance, no kickback feel in the shifter knob. Once back on the "loud" pedal, slowly or really fast, I could not get 2nd or 4th. After the clutch and slave seal work....the same....sigh. BUT....it gets worse. While having a great test run....super silky smooth running....the shifting is gone. OK, while on my super silky smooth run, some idiot pulls right in front of me. No no, no accident but I push the clutch in, hit the brakes and instinctively downshift....into 4th. I was going at a slower speed and after the fact noticed that it went right into gear...no bad feel or noise. OK, perhaps things are getting better. Well....after that, all gears became impossible to shift. It first got very hard to get into gear then impossible. I barely made it home. After a few traffic lights, I only had 3rd gear. Even at a stop, I had to come back up to speed from standstill in 3rd. Again with the clutch in, no creeping no issues. Now in the garage, it won't go into reverse or anything. If I shut the engine off, I can access all gears without resistance. If I put the car into gear and clutch in and start the car, the car will move and can get it out of gear...not back in. Before I send the car off, is there anything I can check myself...like a broken bushing in the shifter? I've heard many mentioning a "shifter adjustment". What is meant by this? At the shifter itself or on the engine side? Any advice would be appreciated or to at least to get an idea of what kind of cost I'm in for. I have no idea on this one. BTW, the car felt really good....while it lasted. Shamile Freeze...Miami Vice !