Ok, so I'm not sure where this whole discussion went to considering what I was inquiring about. I've been told that people that want to use a MVB are lazy to women being not being able to choose their own cars (still shaking my head at that
Let me remind you what my post said:
"Without going to steel linkage that I would have to find for this car, would a manual valve body be an option for a daily or should I just try and find a full linkage set and fight it to get it set up right"
I'm not being lazy, as I've fought with the cable for many hours, your assumption of that is just hot garbage. I'm also not opposed to using the linkage (see the second option of my question "should I just try and find a full linkage set and fight it to get it set up right".
My question really centered around drivability with a MVB. I don't really give a rat's *** if you or anyone else for that matter hates MVB, I really don't or honestly if they think I'm lazy. I was asking a question that if I made the decision to go this way, will it be drivable or will it be a miserable experience, that's really all I was after. Many have given me enough good feedback about the use of MVBs in daily drivers and that's what I needed. Thank you for that info, it's sincerely appreciated. I'll make my decision based on what I feel like is right for my car.
Everyone else that wants to piss on MVBs, please continue, I just wanted to update that I've got the answer to my question.