I know it's strange, but I actually enjoyed it. Since this was my second year running my Gregson-Clarke V-200 skid, I decided it would be a good idea to rebuild my Udor pump (Kappa 43). It still worked great and didn't need to be rebuilt, but I wanted to see how much wear 2 years worth of use would put on it. There really wasn't any visible wear. I was really impressed. I'm still glad I decided to do it, because I'd rather rebuild it when I have tons of free time and don't need my skid, than wait until it has to be rebuilt (probably right in the middle of the season). I also figured it would be a good idea, because it would allow me to become familiarized with the inner-workings of this pump. If I ever need to tear into my pump to make a mid-season repair from now on, I'll be able to do it more quickly. I feel a lot better knowing it's ready to go and should give me several years of reliable service, before I'll need to rebuild it again.