Well, I'm now in a similar boat as uwave...er...youweave....umm....dog-with-headsock
I just installed my long-awaited StopTech brake kit, front and rear. They are gorgeous (see attached pics). The kit included stainless steel lines. After I completed the install, I bled the brakes per the instructions. However, after I started the car, I tested the brake pedal and noticed it felt pretty mushy. I pumped it hard a few times, then checked for leaks. Sure enough, there was a leak at the front-left brake, between the SS line and the hard line coming through the frame. I checked the connection and it seemed a bit loose, so I tightened it down pretty good (can't get a torque wrench on it, so it's by feel). Then we went and tested them out. The bed-in went fine. However, the pedal always felt mushy. After I got back, I checked that same corner and it was still leaking a little. Could I have dirt in where the hard line mates to the SS line?
John is supposed to come over and give me a hand re-bleeding, but the leak worries me. I really tightened it down pretty hard and I don't want to put any more torque on it for fear of stripping the threads or worse.