Since I need a new LIM gasket 4-6 hours labor to do this bad boy, how do I know if the oil and coolant have mixed, because I heard this is a bad thing, and the motor is basically history at that point. Is there an easy way to tell, and how quickly should I get this fix done?
Going on what Mike1995 said, DO NOT start the engine until you change the oil, when I took my LIM off to supercharge it I had a ton of coolant in the oil pan, if you don't your repair list will start all over again with a new engine
Total LIM gasket failure is extremely uncommon. The more common issue that can kill a motor effects the non-supercharged motor. It'* upper manifold ruptures. Depending on how it'* handled..it can kill. Being charged, you should be pretty safe. A small amount of condensation is normal as the weather changes from warm to cold.