I was replacing my head gasket this week and when disassembling my airbox i noticed oil in my airbox.....alot of it. my filter was soaked and it didnt stop at the filter it was further in the turbo where the turbine is (is it supposed to be there??) and other places in pretty damn sure it wasnt supposed to be. It seems like somewhat of a common problem and ive already done my homework and read up on what yall did to handle it. I also read a fix on allpar.com ( http://www.allpar.com/fix/pcv-breather.html ) and it explains a "solution" on here but it seems kind of complicated for me. Now for my questions...If i used the water bottle method and just caught the oil before it reached the airbox...am i loosine any power or performance or anything by disconnecting hoses going to the airbox or is it just there for envirometal purposes...also with all the oil caught in the bottle, can i just pour it back in to the oil, or is it no good after going through that...what the hell is a baffle i know of a few junkers around here i think i could get one if i knew what it is, i would like to solve the problem, not just a quick fix, but if its practical to just do the water bottle and im not doing ANY harm to my engine, its cheap and i like that, thats why i bought a 89 caravan for 100$. so just one more question, if i do the cheap water bottle method, exacly what hose do i have to disconnect and put in a bottle, and what side of the line...sorry for writing a novel and being so stupid, but i figured i was gong to the right place for help thanks!!