Well, finding ways to fill my time while I wait for my wiring kit. Have now plumbed the lift pump to the shocks (need to swap out the springs and install the hydraulic pucks before I can terminate the other end), mounted the recently received SL-C steering wheel (that is one nice looking unit) and done work on aluminum panels for the dash. After seeing the post last night with the new shifter, I am going to order the new gated unit so will have to undo some of my doing, but now is the time to get that done. Also worked most of the electrical for the Mopar engine harness which included wiring the fuel pumps, routing the wiring to the front for the clutch switch, installing a clutch switch (hydraulic) for the starter circuit. Also built all of the fuel lines using some hose I had left from my last hot rod project (it is amazing how much line you save when the fuel cell is a foot from the engine) and put a check valve in the vent line. Inside, I have the Koso gauge mounted, and have laid out how the other gauges and switches will fit in the center panel. I ordered some custom gauges from Speed Hut which roughly match the style of pointer and font of the Koso gauge, and they even had a temp gauge that works off of the CAN Bus. They have a version with a warning light built in, but I will be using the temp light on the Koso unit so went with just a gauge. For you Chevy guys, they also have a CAN Bus driven oil pressure gauge, but I had to go with a traditional unit because they don't have the right interface for the Mopar system.They have a version that with warning. When I get them, I will post some pictures. In looking at the types of switches I want to use, I think I am going to order the inMotion module from Infinity box to run the lift pump, exhaust cut outs and have the option to use it for the door actuators if I go that route. Also doing some work on the brake calipers to get rid of the Chevrolet stamping, but haven't quite worked that out. I was going to go the powder coat route, and talked with the guys in south Florida who have done a few i have seen, but they want a lot of money and I am having a hard time getting my head around spending it. Posted some pictures of the progress below. Hopefully will get some more done this weekend.