Alrighty so I have a 2016 3.8 auto and long story short I ended up causing the engine to blow. Took it to Hyundai, warranty won't cover it and they want $10k for the engine alone, not including labor and additional parts (I'll know full numbers tomorrow and will most likely update the post to reflect that). Having said all this, I've always been a fan of swapped cars and after quite a bit of research I've determined it might be more cost effective (and a great, fun build) to drop an LS in. I'd most likely have a shop help out as I'm not the most savvy with engines and I'll probably get an estimate from them to compare with next week. Looking for anyone's opinion that has any input on the subject. Note: yes I'm fully aware it'll still be a costly build, as long as it's cheaper than what Hyundai wants to do I'd be fine with it. This is still just an idea as I'm not sure about the specifics of what LS and tranny I'd go with alongside other factors.