Finally after three months I got my truck back. Spent one complete day putting the headlining in. It was plastic backed vs. the foam backing and I had to cut it out for the sunroof. Major job for someone that can only get one arm in the air. Anyways I got it in. The rear window louvers did not match so they are getting repainted. I decided to save a few buck by putting the bedliner in vs. getting a spray in liner all due to the fact that I have to get my furnace hooked up in the garage. So to put the bedliner in I had to remove the rear spoiler. I warned the guy helping me "DO NOT SCRATCH THE TRUCK" It has been a pain to get peinted from the get go by spraying the paint at different times on seperate panels. Anyways we unbolt the rear spoiler. He set his tools down while I am taking out the remaining bolt. I turn and the spoiler drops and rolls down the tailgate supperts. Dig, dig, scratch, gouge. My own stupid fault. Just about made me sick. But I just suck it up, get the liner in, call the painter and tell him I have an extra part to paint. So they should be done tomorrow. Well I proceed to get my wheels and tires. 17" Torque Thrust. I get them on and when I pick up the truck they look great. FROM THE SIDE. The tire guy ordered stock offset rims. For the front I don't mind because I always had a small clearance problem with the flares. But the back...if you look at the truck from an angle you can't see any tire or wheel. They sit in WAY too far. Then he tries to tell me that they only come in one offset. 5" offset to boot. Not good enough. He then tells me he will order a different tire size to fill up the rear. No problem, I don't ming a larger size on the rear as long as the "look" is right. So I come back home, look at what is on there and the tire is two sizes smaller than the one he is going to order. Yet the one that he is going to order is the size that was on there to begin with. Oh well it will be fixed Tuesday. BUT..I was washing the truck and when I was drying it I found a bolt was loose on the visor. No problem except the painter put in welded insert to hold the bolts and the damn INSERT is loose (spinning on the backside) He never tightened it. Now the headliner is in and has to come back out. With the bolt being loose water just runs right on in. AAARRRGGGHHH! I won't get to drive the truck until next Spring probably. Anyways I just had to vent. I'd just like to know why people just can't take their time a little and do things right the first time. At least the paint is great. It is a purple pearl over the factory original color and over the other purple, so at night under the right lighting it has a real deep wine / purple cast to it. Looks good sitting in the garage all the time. LOL!!!