The current economic situation is affecting everyone. Even BB supporting vendors are having troubles keeping their revenues up with their fancy modern scout II customer base. Due to the economic situation, more 80 and 800 owners choose to keep their old IH vehicles in service rather than trade in for expensive creature comforts available on more modern 810 models. Not Long ago, I convinced Mike of Scoutco to help me with reproducing a set of stripes for the 800a SR-2. It was a stretch for this Scout II committed vendor, but he came through smelling like a rose. All kidding aside, the vinyl from Scoutco showed up packaged well, and was pre-spaced, ready to apply. All that was required was a cheap $0.20 squeegee (which I recommend in the future that Scoutco supply with their kit) and some soapy water. The application is simple: 1. Peel the backing carefully to expose the adhesive side of the graphics 2. spray the area you are about to apply the graphic with soapy water. 3. set the graphic in the desired location. 4. Once in place, squeegee out any air bubbles. 5. When dry, remove mask. The biggest thing to remember is that as long as you have soapy water, you are not in a hurry. You can reset the logo as often as you need until it dries. Once it is dry however, it is set. It can be removed, but not reset. I have had my vinyl on for a month now, and have driven through some moderate brush, and the vinyl quality is top notch and scratch resistant. I have several photos of the installation available, and if anyone is interested, pm me and I will provide them, but it really is that easy. Congrats Mike on a great new product, and welcome to the (800) dark side!