The bottom line is they look great. But they are a lot of work to install. Basically they are not 100% accurate in the measurements, making them hard to install. The worst is the curve of the plastic up by the glass. Then there is a some issues with the holes for the mirror lever, and window handle. Expect to do a lot of work. They come with no trim, and you will have to remove the window strip and figure out a way to put it on. I used small screws and then ground the tips off. They are a ton of work. I probably spend 8 hours on each door. But they do look good, and they are strong. I only wish they fit a little better so that there was not as much work.
Installed a pair on a 1973 Grande. My old door trim and pull handle fit perfectly onto the new door panels. The only challenge was getting the installation clips to line up with the holes in the bottom of the door. Ended up heating up the plastic on the backside with a soldering gun and pulling the clips down as far as they needed to go to line up with door holes. All said and done they look excellent and should last longer than the original ones due to the plastic backing.