After much discussion on this forum and plenty of very good advice, I installed the lights today. I want to thank everyone who provided their imput, because, without you, all I would have heard was how difficult or impossible it is to install them.
I bought the Charger kit like many of you suggested. The headlight switch popped out easily by carefully using a very small flat blade screwdriver and pulling it out without prying against the soft material that surrounds it. The plastic splash pan came out easily too and the wire harnesses were taped there just like everyone said. The only things that gave me a little bit of trouble were removing the plastic louver plugs and the clearance under the car. For some unknown reason, those plugs just wouldn't let go. I eventually resorted to cutting the tabs that held them in. The clearance thing can be remedied by raising the car, but I don't have a lift and I didn't want to jack up the car, so I just squeezed my fat head under and dealt with pains that followed. It was all worth it though. They look great. Now I have to get to the dealer to have them program them into the computer.
BTW, if you are going to go with the headlightarmor.com vinyl protective film, do it before you install the lights. I did. The product looks like it will work like it is designed to. It won't stop a boulder, but it should resist small stones and debris and can be replaced when it wears out (about 7 years I believe).
Finally, I installed a third brake light pulser from Webelectric. Super easy installation (plug and play) and, after being involved in two accidents where drivers who weren't paying attention plowed the back of the car I was driving, this may (hopefully) help avoid a third incident (especially since too many people do everything but pay attention to the road when they drive). The real important thing is that it looks good