They arrived today UPS. I wasted no time starting the intall, I didn't even change out of my sweaty work clothes (glad I didn't!)
Ease of install: 6 out of 10
There were some points in the install that had me wondering if I was REALLY supposed to be able to install these without removing the seats. Part of the complication is that the seat bottoms have elastic hooks to hold them tight, and the bottom of the Ranger seats are mostly smooth sheetmetal.
Overall Quality: 8 out of 10
These feel more like leather than the factory "faux-leather" rear seats in my roommate's mustang convertible. They're very well designed, with only one or two things I would change to make them fit better.
Value: 10 out of 10
For $99 I don't think theres a better looking or fitting seat cover on the market. I know there are better ones.. but they're all over $200, it seems.
There were a few downsides.. the cover for the center console 1) was designed for the older console without the cupholder 2) had a zipper to get into the compartment. I left it off completely, I'll probably get some blue or black vinyl and just re-upholster the top section of it.
They're a little wrinkly around the recliner lever, but not too bad:
(excuse the greasy marks, I did a terrible job of cleaning them with vinyl/leather cleaner)
The other area thats not as perfect as I think it could be is on the complex curve of the split-bench:
I think one more elastic strap and hook could have made this alot better, it kind of pulls out a little here. Maybe I'll sew some elastic on myself.
Overall I'm very happy with the purchase.
And yes, I wanted blue, not red. Its my truck, I'll do what I want.