Funny you should mention it because I was going to update...
I was messing around with the tune a week ago. Checking timing (almost a year since setting it), cleaning the carb that sucked up glue from the chinese fuel filter, etc., and reading this link I'd saved: http://members.tccoa.com/392bird/tuning.htm
I took the 31 shot squirter off and went back to the 29. The 31 didn't help as far as I could tell. The timing was close, but I needed to play with the adjustable vacuum can a little. Trying to find the sweet spot. I lost my place so I'm still screwing with it.
While I had the carb off cleaning it I decided to see exactly which cam I had on it. I still can't tell because it's weirdly discolored. Maybe a brown one? Could have been white. The accelerator arm is new because it was grooved, so I put the white cam on.
I had an immediate change in acceleration response.
The hesitation\bog (seems like a combination) on initial acceleration moved up the RPM band.
Now instead of being immediate, I get a good off-the-line response, then it hesitates and responds again. Sort of a 'whaaa......whaaaaaaaaa...' (corny, I know).
One thing I'm also still playing with is my idles. Before the cam change I set them again. I have this weird fixation with setting them. I plug the gauge into the port I use for advance and I have a steady 20 inches at about 900-1000RPM idle. But I was surprised at how close to closed I have them. My screw driver is marked so I can count the revolutions and they were both only about 1/2 to 3/4 of a turn from fully clockwise.
My vacuum with someone on the brake and the car in Drive wavers between 11 and 15 inches. In Park it's a steady 20.
Watching the vacuum gauge I have a pretty wide band CW and CCW before I see the needle start to drop and the idle speed change. I went back and forth with them a couple times in the past week just to see if anything changed and it runs best and has best vacuum with the idles set 3/4 of a turn from closed (fully CW). The passenger side seems to like about a 1/2 turn though.
So that's it... I might put a different cam on, or move this white one to the #2 spot. Not sure what color to use though.