Ok, I researched it more and the jar is suppose to go between the PVC and the intake manifold. The flow of the air is toward the intake manifold, away from the PVC. I'll go return the fittings and put this bad boy inline with the PVC.
The breathers are known for causing excessive oil consumption, and have become a popular add-on lately, mostly for looks -- not recommended.
I've been using the PCV catch tube for about 2 months (the one that's posted on here in the DIY section). It's less than 10-bucks at the hardware store. So far, I haven't emptied mine, and it's half-full of crud. Makes you think about what the PCV dumps back into the system.
My brother was saying the other day that the rings and pistons are so tight in the newer cars that the oil stays very clean even when it is time to change it. If you guys are pulling engines all the time - bust the glaze in the cylinders and if needed pop in a new set of rings. Makes all the diference in the world.
That's not a bad deal at all. You can't hardly mess with building one for the price shown; even if you have to pay the full $10.99. I'm going to Walmart today to look into the Campbell Hausfield air filter and, unless it's significantly lower priced, I'll come home and order one of these. What is the tube that runs down the side of the Ebay unit?
Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall, torque is how much of the wall you take with you.