Would love opinions on the startup procedure for a "sort of fresh" build. Details are, I pulled the engine just over a month ago. Changed the head gaskets and the cam/lifters. It has been sitting without oil for this entire time. I put plenty of cam lub on the cam when I installed it and two weeks later when I finally put the intake on. I'm also installing a recored radiator. Here is what I plan to do based on my reading. 1. Fill with comp cams break in oil 2. Pull plugs and squirt some break in oil in each cylinder. 3. Pull valve covers to ensure oil is flowing during priming. 4. Pull distributor and use a priming rod and a drill to prime the engine with oil. 5. Hand crank engine while priming. 6. Once I see oil dripping from the rockers on each side I will stop priming. 7. Re install plugs and valve covers. 8. Hand crank engine to TDC (0 degrees on my dampener) 9. Reset distributor gear and distributor to point at #1 cylinder and #1 cap plug (hoping to get 0 advance or retard) 10. Fire the engine...(or at least try) 11. Check for leaks of stuff. 12. Once engine is running, set timing advance to 10 degrees. 13. Start cam break in (2200-2500 RPM for 30 minutes. Oscillating through the RPM range. Thoughts?