...slightly OT question for knowledge geeks. I've always been under impression SCOs were "offline" mods for simple reason that they required doing things that weren't part of normal assembly line procedure. Things like paint color, drilling holes, and installing non-RPO stuff, all of which negatively affected assembly line speed, especially Ornamentation Package. Enter Bulletin 71-7, announcing the 4 ala carte GSX options. Whenever I read it, everything's straightforward until I get to sentence; "It should be pointed out that there will not be the usual delay associated with SCO orders, GSX Option orders will be produced in the same time duration as any normal sold or stock order." Front spoiler's easy, just throw it in the trunk, but the other stuff required above mentioned work. Anyone know explanation for how Flint fast-tracked these options, given they were rare?