Ordered from AutoAnything and shipment was on time. I had reviewed the installation instructions a few times, plus a few youtube videos prior to starting my own, but here are a few observations:
Most parts have some type of part no. or measurement (banded hose clamps, but the instructions never referenced them at all. May make it tough for the weekend mechanic to figure out. Bolt and nut callout for the MAF sensor housing, and gasket was wrong, calling for the nyloc nut, vs the serrated nut. Qty and the fact the nut was an SAE, vs the M6 was a dead giveaway. Should have given the warning not to touch MAF sensor when removing from stock ducting, as that will ruin it. A good suggestion would have been to clean throttle body, as well as the MAF sensor, while the system is apart. I had planned to do that anyway, with the appropriate cleaners. Operation after installation was completed, took truck out for test run and it was considerably quicker in the low to mid range of accel and torque. Definitely sounds like its getting more air, so whole project was a success.