There are 2 kinds of torque spec generally published in the shop manual, dry fastener and oiled. When the manual calls for oiled they mention 30wt motor oil. Antisieze reduces friction which alters the amount of twisting force you can apply to a fastener. You will over torque your bolts, they may snap or they may not. Your HG may be crushed too much, or not. I had a rep from a fastener mfr come to speak to a class and he stood right there and told us to reduce torque by approx 20% when using antisieze. While I agree with your statement that in certain cases antisieze is better, I would limit it to exhuast bolts and spark plugs myself. Nice pictures by the way... it looks so easy but I remeber it being something of a PITA. I took my head in for testing/surfacing because I don't have a crystal ball to tell me if I will have to buy a new head and do the job again next week. I have done three heads now and so far I had one cracked... it was an iron head though.