Although you fellows are quite a bit more civil than most boards.
Let me also point out the Condensator is not a catch can - works as one sure, however a lot more thought, science & money has gone into it.
One thing is do not use the air sep with the stone as it will clog, then you'll have oil ruuning up through the breather side of the PCV system, if the breather side is clogged, you'll push oil out of a seal.
As far as the beads go, PM me and I'll send you some. Whatever you do don't use "absorbant beads," they'll clog.
Do not put the material collected back into the crankcase - 95 metro has nailed it. In fact for 95 metro - pm me with an engine size & address I'll send you a free unit.
If you decide to build one on your own, make absolutely certain you do not create a situation which causes a vacuum leak. A vacuum leak is the devil. If your fuel delivery system (fuel injection) is working properly, the programing will compensate and add more fuel to the fuel air mixture and create a rich mixture, thus you'll be losing mileage. Even an almost imperceptible leak will create the above state.
So I'd advise against ZugyNA's method. Vacuum is strong stuff, especially when volume is involved.
Some rather "inventive" methods here on a Subaru board:
BTW - there has been extensive testing on the Condensator, nothing recent (A-B-A, FTP 75, US06, etc.), we'll get to it soon enough. As mentioned earlier it takes money. If you take the time to download the PDF located here: http://www.condensatorsales.com/html...e_w__bush.html
You can read what the Navy had to say and how they tested.
Hope this Helps,