Hope your wife's surgery goes well. Any time you cut open a human body things can go sideways in a hurry. As for the two step, make sure that as soon as your foot barely starts to move the switch let's the two step go. If you end up with the switch not letting go of the two step at the instant the pedal starts to move, the engine/clutch will go down in RPM rather than up. It's not a parts killer on NA stuff, but it will make it harder to tune with the two step. On blown stuff it will start nipping ring lands in low gear and by 1000 feet it will pull the top ring off and poop hits the fan. BTW, I did a lot of typing at the hospital and the in laws house. And waiting in the parking lot for them to go shopping and what not. I multi task.