Today I did the first oil change on my 2004 Toyota Sequoia with the I-Force 4.7L V8 that seems to be a "champion" of an engine. I purchased it a few weeks ago and drove it just over 2,000 miles before switching it over to 5w-30 Pennzoil Platinum with a Mobil 1 M-209 filter (the larger version of the M-102). With the larger filter I squeezed in just over 7 quarts of oil. I think the official dry capacity is 7.2 quarts if I remember correctly from my 2004 Tundra that I owned a few years ago. My plan is to split the difference between now and 90,000 miles so that the oil change will match up with the timing belt and water pump change. Each OCI will be about 7,000 miles which should be easy for the engine, oil and filter combination. I also installed a new Fram air filter. The one I took out seemed fairly dirty assuming that the dealer changed it 2,000+ miles ago. Starting in about a month my wife will be driving about 30 miles, mostly highway, to work each day so the miles will build fast, but they'll be easy miles. While I was in grease monkey mode, I also swapped out the oil in my 89 4Runner. Due to what Walmart had on the shelf, I switched from 10w-30 to 5w-30 Maxlife Blend. I didn't change the Mobil 1 M-209 filter that has about 3,000 miles on it. I'm sure I could have run it a lot longer, but rather than top it off I opted for the $14 swap.