Guys...I will be meeting with a manufacturer early next week to talk about the 348 challenge grill. Many of you indicated you were interested. But I need your input so I don't waste a bunch of time and expense on this and miss the mark. What specifics/suggestions do you have that make this challenge grill desirable? One thing I have heard is "no cutting". I don't know if that is possible if the lamps are going to be at a 45 degree angle to the ground, which is proper. HOWEVER, the "cuts" are very minor, and they are to the INTERIOR light bracket, and they could easily be re-soldered later without any issue whatsoever. They would have no material effect on the car's originality as no one would ever even know to look for them. In fact, you'd have to take the rectangular lights off (again) to even notice any soldering. Would this be a deal-killer for you all? What is the price point where you are no longer interested in this? The reason I ask this is, if I am going to have a "press" set up to make these out of metal, the initial cost is going to be substantial, and doing just a short run it's going to run higher per piece. A new 355 challenge grill is running around $1600 or $1700, so I am guessing we could all live with somewhat less than that. Any other ideas you all want to throw out there before I embark on this journey?