It's frustrating because there is no way I wouldn't have added it when I ordered the truck had I noticed. The premium Rebel "DID Instrument Cluster" is an option under "Colors & Interiors" for $175. You have to scroll down to see it. The dealer told me, at the dealership, while we were building the thing, that the "Colors & Interiors" are all the same and can't be changed. That's what ticks me off. I added every option available, with the exception of the sunroof since all FCA sunroofs leak, and then it comes with the old EVIC style cluster instead. I noticed it missing within 5 seconds of sitting down. The dealer said no big deal, we'll just order one. Only problem is, they can't order one. That's why I'm having my lawyer handle this. I wouldn't have handed over the check and taken possession of the truck had I known it was going to be this big of a nightmare. The premium line specific clusters are standard on the 2016 Laramie Longhorn and Limited, but not on the Rebel. Having said all of that, I freaking LOVE this truck! That's what makes this whole sideshow so frustrating, because I want to get back to the fun stuff. FCA and the dealership both agreed to swap the cluster, then the technical details became an issue, and I'm stuck in the middle between them. I still don't know the after market cost of the cluster (dealer says over $1000) or the availability (FCA says they're only available under warranty claims). A total cluster you know what.