Well, I am at a loss of words once again. This past summer, on a trip to Maine, I blew the headgasket in my 97 Legacy GT. I traded it in as is for a 2002 Impreza Outback Sport. I was specifically told that I had nothing to worry about with this motor because they were redesigned and SOHC. Well, guess what - I am now seeing an antifreeze drip from what appears to be the area around my drivers side cylinders. Oh boy! Now I am all fired up again because I still owe money on this car and don't have a warranty (76,000 miles). So, I found a place to download a service manual for free so I looked through it breifly and I think I am going to try this repair on my own. I will be doing a compression test tonight to verify the diagnosis. If the test proves my theory, I have an appointment set up on Thurs for Subie to look at it. I looked into the recall about the coolant additive and, even though I have a 2.5L engine, the recall only applies to Legacys from what SOA told me. That is a bummer because then I would be covered against an external leak. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I should handle this without completely losing my mind (and respect for SOA's headgaskets)?