I don't have any pics, but on my old truck I ran a cut down Toyota driveline as my front driveline. I learned a few things.
1. Always use genuine Toyota bolts/nuts/washers. Grab them from the junkyard whenever you see a toyota.
2. I made my own pinion flange, and it didn't break (TBI 350, 37s, D44, Rubicon/Fordyce rig). I machined the yoke portion off of a couple D44 pinion yokes, machined a flat flange from A36 steel, and TIG welded it on. The flat flange had both a register to center it on the hacked up pinion yoke, and a register to center the Toyota flange yoke flange. I never had an issue, but I think I'd just buy them now. I had more time than money then, and had access to a big machine shop at school.
3. Don't try to change Toyota driveshaft u-joints, they're held in with some Japanese magic and don't wear out. Replace the whole driveline if need be.
4. You can get a little more compression travel, maybe an inch off the top of my memory, by removing the dust shield and then turning down the surface where the dust shield was crimped on. It needs to be turned down so the female spline can slide over it.
5. I had one spline yoke fail where the female splined portion basically had too much hoop stress and split lengthwise. I prevented that from happening again by welding a sleeve over the female spline. This may have happened because I was pushing the limits on how little engagement I could run at full droop, but it never happened again after the sleeve.