The RVinyl basic kit was a good value for the amount of pieces you got. I tried out this kit for my 2016 Dodge Challenger to add a little color to the fairly plain interior.
Perhaps it's because it's the basic kit, but not all pieces were cut well enough to fit. That, and the vinyl just refused to stick to some of the textured pieces of the dash. The vinyl stuck wonderfully to flat glossy plastic however and the finish of the Matte Purple Chrome (matching a Plum Crazy Pearl exterior) was a great finish.
It was enough of a challenge that I think I will just spend the extra for a molded kit from Automaxus, but I am sure that if you use a heat gun and follow some better procedures that the flat dash kit would be worth it.
I had no issues with RVinyl as a seller, I just don't think the flat kit was the product for me. We will see how the molded kit fares in comparison to this one.