Caution. Our avionics guy steered us away from the 345R. Mainly because it causes you to lose one of your little data displays on the 650 and the 650 screen is small enough already. But he also didn’t like installing a transponder that requires the GPS touchscreen to work when the price difference isn’t that high. Or normally isn’t anyway. With their deal, it’s clear they’re wanting to get rid of stock on the R. And there’s plenty of panel space in a 182. He said he’d do whatever we liked but recommended the non-R 345 for our panel. Said customers are happier with it. Full controls on it, etc. YMMV. It’s a bigger price difference right now if you take their deal on the bundle. Is your installed price you’re quoting here including moving stuff around? Much of our labor costs are in moving the King ILS capable nav-com down the stack, moving its OBS down to the number 2 hole, removing the non-localizer OBS and current VOR only Com2 radio, installing the new GPS antenna, testing the old antennas, blah blah blah... many hours. Oh and rewiring switches for what’s driving the crappy old A/P since the King can still do that even if the Garmin can’t in GPS mode but can in VOR/ILS mode... supposedly. We shall see. Ha. But more labor than the online typical “installed” quotes for Garmin toys.