I'm going for a type of blackout look, need to stay street legal so I couldn't do a full blackout look with the light housing or tint the front side windows but my burb will be 99% black when done, this includes emblems, shocks, springs, wheels and bumpers. Having custom emblems made by Roger over at Emblempros.com Body guy helped me install this grille this afternoon. After all was said and done I could of done this on my own but he was a huge help and saved me much time and frustration. Any of us who have ordered aftermarket items for our autos know almost everything never fits as it is advertized. This grille was no exception but not too bad after the fact. At first it looked hopeless but we prevailed. I removed the old grille the night before so we could get to it immediately and the only real issue was the headlights had to be removed. Not difficult being it's just the two rods for each headlight but it looked as if the grille was just too big, and now in order for me to change bulbs I have to remove the two top bolts that hold this grille in place and pull grille out at top corners in order to get light housing out far enough to change bulbs, or to reach the bumper light clip and replace those bulbs. Still not a biggie. Once fitted in it went quick being the factory bolt holes were in line with the grille holes so no bending, grinding or cutting. I don't really like the fact that the four main bolts that hold this grille to the "support core" of the Burb are secured in a plastic frame. I guess I should say I don't like the fact the the Burb support core is plastic. But the four bolt system connected to the stock plastic core seem to hold strong. Time will tell. Let me know what you think. I like it. I was driving around today without any grille and to me that looked better than the ugly stock plastic POS. lol There really isn't that much too choose from in black. I could of painted any grille black I guess but I wanted the billet look and no bowtie as I'm having a 6" custom badge for the grille and three smaller ones for other parts of the body made. It would be real cool if I could find a way to billet out all the front lights for daytime, something like the old Dodge Chargers have. Pop-ups. Post pics of your grille!