I finally received the call yesterday (after two weeks of silence) to find out that I was waiting on parts. Tried to call back but was unable to reach the service advisor so I drove to the dealer. Found the service advisor and asked if the pressure test was completed, when, and what was the result since the message I received made no mention of this. Was told that Dewey failed with a 4.5lbs pressure drop. I was sorta surprised that the test was done since I went by the dealership three time in two weeks to see that Dewey never moved from his parking space and his front wheels where still turned to the right. So I was then told that the pressure test was completed out in the parking lot of the dealership behind the garage. The service advisor seemed to be a little irritated with me when I asked if the cylinders were checked for coolant and if the cylinders were scored while using a boroscope since she had to call back to the Tech about this. I then asked for the headgasket once the head is removed and was told that Ford wants it so I asked for a clear photo of the headgasket and the block with the head removed for my records. Was assured that this would happen along with catching an oil sample for Blackstone Labs, and using hand tools on my Titanium lug nuts. Am I asking for too much with this FSA? I had this feeling based upon the speech pattern of the Service Advisor as our conversation continued. Another note, I was told that I won't be getting fuel lines or any other adjustments to the FSA that have been mentioned here in the forum. It appears that Ford is asking a lot of question since they're still diagnosing this issue on a car by car basis. Later I was assured by the Service Manager that the block and cylinders would be checked again once the head was removed for coolant and scoring. I'm curious, if the headgasket kit is now on order but during the breakdown of the head, coolant is found, will the head kit be ordered......taking even more time? Well, at least I still have the loaner for the time being.