Yea I have a tensioner stop on mine from Alta, I actually bought their little pulley kit, ended up with a different belt then they supplied after reading NAM and talking to Way. My tensioner shock was actually bad, it was leaking and had no pressure, that's why I changed tensioners. I did my crank pulley with an ATI one thinking that was going bad too because I heard symptoms, but after I got it off, it appeared fine, but I'd rather get it off and changed before it fails anyways. I'm just gonna keep the stock one so that if I ever trade the car in, I can take the ATI off and resell it :).
I actually have the poly bushings for the tensioner rod, but I TOTALLY forgot to install them. I was so involved in what I was doing, I forgot to put them in. Because I have a brand new tensioner on there, I'm not worried about the bushings failing right now, nor for awhile, so I am either going to hold onto the powerflex ones from Way or throw them up for sale and worry about it next time I have to change the tensioner.
I've read multiple articles on doing the LCA bushings lol, just waiting for my Koni Sports to come in and I'm going to do it all at once so I only have to get one alignment afterwards.
I have a very good grasp on how to repair all of the major known problems now and have bought most of the tools necessary. Scott let me borrow his belt tensioner tool so I didn't have to buy one, but I have all kinds of other things to do all the repairs. I can do most of the jobs now without any walkthroughs or guidance, which is good because I feel extremely comfortable working on this car now. I still don't know it as well as MR2's, but that is soon enough