I would like to acquire one of those 1969 Izzy AKM parts kits with the intention of having it built by one of our professional assemblers. Before taking the plunge, I am looking for some direction so I can get this right. First off would be choice of receivers. Is there a advantage to having one numbered by the manufacturer to match the kit? I would like to have the selector markings in Cyrillic as well. Second is selection of barrel. Both for 922r and availability, is there a good U.S. made, chrome lined barrel out there? If not, what about foreign options? How about the FCG? My preference is not to see "TAPCO" on the rifle anywhere. Regarding rivets, I know virtually nothing (other than I have lots of those used in the aircraft industry, along with air hammers, sets, & bucking bars). Lastly, would I be better off gathering up all the components before shipping off the kit for assembly or can I save some angst by discussing my thoughts with the builder and rely upon him to know what to do. I realize this is quite a list, and appreciate hearing from anyone whom is willing to comment or provide guidance. Thanks!