So i finally got my bumpers and they have been powder coated and i have them finally on my truck! They were both powder coated with Columbia Black Wrinkle with two coats. My friend does powder coating and metal work and he did a fantastic job. There is no orange peel or any imperfections that i can see on these bumpers. The rear bumper was easy to install but the front was a little bit of a PITA. The weight of the winch added to the weight of the bumper made it just that much more of a wonderful time putting it on and taking it off for fitment. I wish the bumper came with instructions because it was a little more involved than i thought it was going to be. On the front, i ended up having to take a grinder to the fender brackets to get the bumper to slide all the way back to line up with the wheel well opening. I just took some sand paper and roughed up all the metal and some black spray paint to cover up any exposed metal. All and all i am very pleased with it and i have gotten several compliments since i installed it. I still need to wire up all my lights, replace my existing battery, and put some D-rings on the front and rear in the mounting locations. The next thing i plan on powder coating is my wheels. He is going to use the same black wrinkle and only spray the spokes on my rims. The center and the lip will still be chrome. Here are a few pictures of the powder coating and a few pictures of the truck after i washed off about 30lbs of red clay. I'll take some better pictures once i wash it and have all my lights hooked up and no wires wrapped around my trailer hitch haha.