I didn't know WTF I was doing and relied on "experts" that knew even less than I did.
I even called Comp Cams and the rep didn't tell me about the pushrods.
I did more research and called my second engine builder and told him I was going to order the proper springs for my cam but he confirmed the part number and had already ordered the proper springs.
I wasn't told about the rods and he had already installed the new set of stock rods which I promptly bent both of them in #3
I had to go to the Comp Cams website to look at the full kit to determine the proper rods I needed.
The first builder CVMS just used the cam and lifters, didn't do anything to the heads that I had paid for and the old springs the stiffest ones were 62 pounds when they should have been 117.
He didn't use the stock rods I had sent with the engine and just used a mismatched bunch of used crap he pulled from his used parts pile.
The only problems I had with my restore were related to the stuff I couldn't do and depended on "experts" who really just took my money and left me to do the research and redo the stuff they actually knew nothing about.
You will know for sure if there is damage when you see the loss of oil pressure.
Thankfully I pulled the engine before there was any damage to the crank journals and it only required polishing.