Hi Gene! I was looking at the A-pillar/windshield posts and it’s funny I didn’t understand the body lines in them until I started studying a photo while thinking about how to make them. I had it in my head that they would need a piece of ABS curved around a buck to cover properly. Looking closer it seems the A-pillar cover is a flat piece that tucks into the body lines. I think I will make those today or soon and re-drill to keep my stainless screw/finish washer thing going. They will be wrapped in plain black vinyl and butt up snug to the over window pieces. The corners behind the door/B-pillars I want to leave open I think? It’s a nice spot where I can stash a tool roll or something later, especially since I lost the under seat storage when I channeled the body. But the area below the roof lip and above the seat I am not sure about. It is a wierd spot because the lip juts into the cab farther than the reinforcement bar behind/above the seat. I’m not sure if I would do the diamond pleat, or plain wrap. The thin pieces above and below the window are tricky too- do I make it in two pieces left and right? Or three pieces with a plain vinyl window surround and a plush diamond wrap for the corners? I’m open to suggestions for sure but for now I’m just stoked on the headliner, insulation, and lights. Totally changed the ride from raw to more refined but still rowdy.