Purchased an MGW short throw shifter, and their standard handle. First off, right out of the box the quality is outstanding. Comparing it to stock build wise, its like going from a pos beater to a Bentley. They package everything separately and accordingly. Include a silicone gasket, or the rtv silicone (tube of stuff), all new shifter bolts with locking washers, a sheet of pre cut sound deadening, the shift stop set screws, locking nuts and washers, allen key for the shift stops and to tighten the handle to the shifter. Installation was pretty straight forward, did it this morning in around an hour or so. My stock shifters neutral position was off to the left, very loose and sloppy all around. MGW's neutral is centered, feels sturdy. The throws are drastically shortened, but not to the point where its annoying to drive. I've only been driving stick since June, so not that long.. Anyways. 1-4 is easy to shift into, 5th is a bit tricky since it actually takes effort to shift now, stock shifter needed no effort. This is my daily driver, and its perfect for me. The build quality is out of this world, and putting it next to the stock shifter makes me think WTF was Ford thinking? The car overall is easier to drive, it feels a lot smoother. And banging gears is now a lot more easy to do, I still need practice. But if I'm a novice and can do it partially, those of you with more experience will have no issues. I purchased it straight from MGW, glad I did. I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone with a foxbody, new edge, SN95 etc. I love it, really happy with the purchase. I might make a write up on the install for youse, not sure yet out of the box I put the base for the handle on just to see how it looks stock pos shifter, steeda tri ax handle Pos out- Make sure you place paper towels inside the shifter hole when you scrape the old gasket or sealant off the trans! MGW in. All buttoned up.