I'd also be inclined take the $9200, pay off your loan, and go shopping. With that said, and you probably know this, that $9200, that was just their first offer, you can counter that with a higher figure (be reasonable). If they can have their way, they'd probably prefer you to just be quiet, play along and take the check, this saves them time and money. This means that if you choose to do this, do some homework before contacting them to justify your settlement price. Have some examples lined up to back your words. And FWIW, in a general sense, vehicles are considered totaled when repair cost = 80% of replacement. Exceptions are made for damage that can be fix but the end result may still not be "right", like major frame damage.
*If there's anything wrong with your pickup right now that makes it undriveable, call them up and tell them that you need a rental truck (you have a truck now, why settle for a Dodge Neon or other econo turd). Rentals are fun to break in.