i have my own procedure, but it probably overkill because im OCD.
double and triple check everything after install [that doesnt apply if car is new]
startup, set base fuel pressure, reach normal operating temperature, set base timing, recheck fuel pressure.
take the car out, run at 50% up to half rev range 3 or 4 times, let motor relax for a minute, then do 2 or 3 75% runs up to 1000-1500 rpm below redline.
wait a minute or so, and hit the highway.
run the car in top gear, and alternate between 55 and 75 mph using 75-80% throttle.
take no more than 20 miles to do this.
afterward, change oil and filter.
change again at 500, 1000, and 3k, then normal 3k increments.
you have a small window of opportunity to seat the rings. if you drive the car softly during this time period, then it will never seal correctly.