Glad you guys are finding this helpful! Onward! As reported last night, the front chevron stripes were bugging me so I carefully removed the two grabs and softened the old decal with solution and removed it. New decal added and we have something I can live with. Much better. I will now cut out the square area around the headlight and add the two grab irons again. And I can see where the grab irons go because the decal is snug enough to show the micro holes. This puts me back a whole day, but it is better to have it done right. Rule number one, always leave enough time. I originally had planned to get a lot done this weekend, but with other Galesburg commitments I did not get as much done as I wanted. I also am constantly reminded on how much fun it is to move. I spent most of the afternoon in my garage looking for my locking tweezers I use for painting. With these tools found, I went on to paint the MU's and air hoses and installed them. Black is black, I want my MU's back, if gray was gray, I'd see those air hoses today. What can I do? Cause I, I'm posting you! Hard to see I know, but they are there. The front was more of a challenge. Lets just say I had to redo a bunch to the front cut lever before it looked like this. Yesterday was frustrating as I was doing more work over again and progressing slowly forward. It happens. Just don't get frustrated, walk away. I did and two really critical locations that could have ruined the model were saved. Again patience and working within a reasonable time line. I still have over a week before I hit the road, we're fine. So with that said, lets hope I can get the flat clear on tonight and progress to the cab. This is where the most time will be spent.