I'm getting ready to throw a new cam(and lifters) in my MG. I won't be don't any other work to the engine at the time aside from the things I'm directly disturbing with the cam(new timing chain, gears, etc). The engine is more or less stock with relatively mild(albeit new) valve spring pressures. I think they're 80lbs or so. The new camshaft will have more lift than stock, but it's still a street cam. I know this has been discussed at some length here, but what's the favored break-in oil these days? I normally run VR-1 20W-50, but am open to anything since I know the first few minutes with a new cam can pretty well dictate the rest of its life. Assuming it's still the recommended procedure, my plan is to run the new cam for 20-30 minutes at 2-3K, change the oil, and then change it again after 200 miles of driving. BTW, this IS a flat tappet engine.