I pulled out my dipstick the other day and found creamy yellowish crap all over the dipstick. The stuff looks like water mixed with the oil. I'm praying that this is only condensation from the drastic temperature changes we've been having in Miane lately. The dipstick didn't smell like antifreeze so thats a good sign, I know that a cracked block will allow water to mix but I don't think thats it. Any other ideas what would cause this?? I'm gonna change over the oil tommorow and see within a few days if the condensation is still there. During the week I usually don't make any long trips so would the fact that the engine really isn't getting heated up enough be a problem with the combination of making highway trips on the weekend where the engine gets really warm??