I changed out the cranksensor this week and still no change. The resistance on the new sensor equaled that of the old sensor, so I would assume that my no-start issue does not have to do with the cranksensor. Since the old one was frayed from getting caught in the pulley, I just left the new one on there anyway.
I went back over my timing belt job and confirmed that the cam and crank marks were still lining up.
The car actually started before all this work, but idled really rough (broken hoses, etc.)
Again, any idea why the fuel pump doesn't get electricity when I go to start? I know, or at least think the pump is good since I could jump it and it sounded like a normal fuel pump humming away. But then still, even when jumping the fuel pump, I can't get the car to start.
I also replaced the distributor and rotor just yesterday. I thought I had located my problem, because taking off the old one, I had found the rotor had bent some of the electrical nodes (the metal things on the outside perimeter) and left some gold metal shavings in the cap.
So after this, I could hear the sound of the plugs firing more distinctly, but with still left with a cranking and no starting engine.