The standard Tremec has 3.27, 1.98, 1.34, 1.00 and 0.68 ratios.
One thing I noticed was that the engine seemed a little happier with the higher load caused by the overdrive. With the Muncie, at 3,000 RPMs, the engine would pull 16-18 inches of vacuum while cruising down the highway; with the Tremec, it pulls 12-14 inches.
I don't have a console, so there were no issues there. It took me a month of off and on work on the weekends. I definitely could have done the swap quicker if I had wanted too. The biggest headache was dialing in the bellhousing. However, several people here have skipped that and haven't had any problems. After that, fabricating a good looking shifter boot and boot retaining plate took a lot of time, especially since I don't have a console hiding it.
I was out cruising tonite for at least an hour in stop and go traffic. I would think the shifter would be loosening up a little, but it hasn't yet. Sounds like it just needs to get broken in.
BTW, I LOVE the 3.27 first gear and 3.73s in the rear - the car will spin the tires any time, any place in first gear.