When talking about the 3x8's engine, does anyone besides me constantly mix-up the front and rear cylinder banks? I mean, I tend to refer to the more accessible rear-facing bank as the "front" bank, and vice-versa. I suppose this bias in understandable, given that most other transverse-V engines in the world are front-mounted, and thus its the rear bank that gives you all the trouble. Seems to me I could just avoid that problem by substituting "Right" for "Rear" and "Left" for "Front," since that is the way the motor would be oriented if it was longitudinally mounted (unless you put it in backwards, like in a Lamborghini Countach, but let's discount that idea off-hand.) Good idea? Or hopelessly confusing?