I just recently bought my new 2014 SRT. I have not even had it long enough to go buy the tags. It had less than 500 miles on it when I was heading home after dark and a coyote ran full speed from the ditch right in front of me. I was driving down the interstate doing about 75mph and didn't even have time to get on the brake pedal before I plowed him over. He cracked my front bumper fascia in a few places, shattered the lower grill, broke the air dam, broke the front belly pan and hit the bottom of the radiator bracket hard enough to break both lower radiator mounting feet. I took the car to a friend who owns a body shop and he is going to give me an estimate Monday, but I am going to attempt to do the repairs myself before taking it to the body shop. I have already removed the front bumper and all of the damaged plastics. I tapped the bottom of the radiator and added some bolts to replace the feet that were broken off. I have already priced all of the plastics and can get everything needed, not including a new bumper cover, for right at $300. The paint on the front bumper was not damaged at all, except for where the cracked/broke. I am currently in the process of repairing the bumper cover using a plastic epoxy. Considering all of the other plastics will help support the broken areas, I think it should hold just fine. I have epoxied the back side of the bumper already and will be sanding the cracked areas later today and repairing the front. I then plan to sand out the immediate area and also wet sand the close surrounding areas so I an attempt to blend the paint. None of the the stripes were damaged, so I am going to work around them. I will post updates as things go. Here are a few photos. The first one is of the damage the morning after. The second photo is after I removed all the plastics to repair the radiator. The impact plastic is removed, but was not damaged in the second photo. I just removed it to make it easier to get to the radiator and work. If it doesn't work out, all I will have to do it buy a new bumper cover and have the body shop paint it for me and replace my "repaired" one. I expect I am saving myself about $1000 or more doing this myself, and not having to cause my insurance to go up. Wish me luck.