Nice! Keep an eye on your gate welds from TS. Mine were so bad I ended up sanding/caulking/then painting the whole gate. I also bought during the first panic so I had to take the only gate they had and it was runt of the litter I'm sure.
I got a ton of different brackets for t posts to mess around with so if you are ever looking for any data/pics let me know.
4Runner got it's first hours on the highway with the new tires today on a run to @Silverback 's garage. I went looking to pick up a few things and came back with a few more than expected. But no complaints; the benders are going to get put to work soon and the rest will make for some nice upgrades around my garage and rig. Of course I forgot my cargo cover there so I have to go back soon to pick it up. Today's highway time did remind me that I need to do the Transgo shift kit in my 4Runner. It ran great but I wanted a little more response between 60 to 80 mph.
Generally at work I run into "not my job" line from the Network Team. They claim switches and core devices. They do not feel connecting devices or cables are their responsibility even if they are onsite configuring equipment. They will not connect a server to a switch. It is "not their job".