I'm extremely happy with the VHX system we selected for the Charger. There were a number of boxes to check that made this decision for us. While aftermarket gauges may not be right for everyone, in choosing what do about instrumentation for this car our primary concern was future reliability and accuracy. It appeared to us that a quality set of individual gauges from another manufacture would be about as much as the "drop in" choices from Dakota Digital. And they would still have to be installed in some fashion in this car. As everyone probably knows, this particular car presents some unique challenges. So after costing it out, for a "few hundred" dollars more an integrated unit from The Dakota Digital custom shop made good sense to us. The support and service from them promises to be second to none as well. Hopefully info this will help others. This is the blue lighting in day light. Other colors are available. We went with blue for obvious reasons. Here is a peak at where we mounted the control box. "Nutcerts" and short machine screws were used. It really can't be seen from a seated position. It's not noticeable. You have to get down to see more. (The car has LEDs in all lights now except the headlights. That's an amber reverse indication light housing in the picture. Guess what that light housing is from.) The 2 position switch is to program the control box and can be reached from the driver's seat. And a magnet from Hobby Lobby. With the radio delete and by eliminating all the extra wires, working under the dash is now a piece of cake compared to what it was before. Hopefully that won't ever be necessary. A radio seemed extraneous to us with all the other choices of portable devices today if one really, really needs tunes. The gauge faces are white until the lights are turned on when they become blue. We requested that LEDs be put in the original turn and high beam indications instead of in the new gauges. Since the indication places were there is seemed like they should light up to look sort of correct. For the speed indication, we are using the SEN 01-5 speed sender with an original MOPAR adapter. No more cable and shaky speedo. Brewers has rebuild kits for the adapters just to be sure of no leaks. http://www.brewersperformance.com/proddetail.php?prod=SSK The cluster came with the requested turn signal and high beam wires loose. We used a molex connector for a quick disconnect instead of hard wiring. This also gave the wires good support and made for a clean install/removal. One cable, one connector. A little left over avionics wire did the trick. The Dakota system used a special dimmer instead of the original one. It is a nice machined aluminum piece mounted on the right in the picture. Quality stuff.