Ok guys, sorry to get your hopes up (mine too) but the problem has resurfaced. It seems the dying fuel pump was only one problem.
The original symptoms have resurfaced with a vengeance. On the way home from work, it was the first cool night in a while, which could be coincidence, the symptoms occurred right when I first fired up the car and lasted the entire drive home. I parked and checked for loose wires while the car was still acting up. I checked the wires on the MAF, the ECU, and the coolant temperature sensor.
The surging is very quickly paced, and very sharp bursts. When it is acting up, the surging is very evenly spaced and non sporadic. It happens everywhere on the rpm range although it is more noticeable at low rpm with low engine load.
The only things I can think of that are left are the MAF and the ECU. Maybe old solder joints?
Sorry to bring this back up but it seems to be happening more often. When it is not happening the car runs like a champ.
Thank you for your continued input.