I installed the Hurst shifter I bought with my Mopar bucks this morning. Install took less than two hours, and that was allowing for a trip to the hardware store to replace a nut that decided to disappear in my garage after I dropped it. The install kit came with additional instructions and pieces to help with the noise complaints we've all heard about. All it consisted of was several small pieces of Dynamat and 2 rubber isolaters that go between the shifter and the stick if you use the straight stick with the white ball that is included with the shifter. I used my Gunslinger pistol grip lever so the rubber pieces were not installed. The Dynamat simply wraps around the shift rod clevis ends where it bolts to the tranny and shifter. A short test drive proved no noise or vibration complants from me, but then I expect a racing piece with tight tolorances to transmit some type of mechanical signals. To me, that's a plus, as long as it's not a constant buzz or drone that drives you crazy. I never had any complaints with the stock shifter until I installed the Hurst piece....now I see (feel?) the stocker's shortcomings. The lever moves with just the right amount of force and goes from a perfectly designed stop to another stop in the next gear, in the blink of an eye. There is no play at all....crisp, tight, and defined.