I thought I'd post an update.
I bought a Bakflip G2 from Moe's Performance on Mar. 14th and it arrived today, the 17th and I installed it this afternoon. I can't remember when I had such good service. I phoned Moe's Mon. a.m. and left a message. Bob called me 3-4 hours and I ordered the cover.
I'm very impressed with this cover. I had it installed in an hour from the time I opened the box (and found all my tools) to completion. I think it's a well thought out product and represents a good value.
My previous hard cover was a "Fold A Cover" and it gave me good service but was more "fiddly" to install. When I was making my decision between a FAC, Advance & Bakflip, I thought the no lock design was the winner. I did use my front "flap" on my FAC, but there was a lock up front and at the rear and then the tailgate. With the G2, I only have to fool with the factory tailgate lock (which is vastly superior to the "PopLock", IMO).
BTW, the G2 for my 2010 Laramie Quad Cab is a four panel.
I didn't think too much of the heavy, "kinky" tubing included in the kit so went to my "bag of tricks" and pulled out some flexible conduit left over from my airplane building days. It was exactly the diameter needed and I cut a couple of 5" sections and attached to the cover's fitting with small hose clamps. Using the high placed stake hole would put a pretty good kink in the vinyl tubing as can be seen from the install videos. The flex tubing that I had on hand worked very well.
I don't have a picture of the tubing installed (too dark inside the garage) but did take a quick picture of the tubing. Lots of airplane builder's, especially "RV" builder's (the most popular experimental airplane design), use this as wiring conduit. If you live in a big city, you might search "EAA" (Experimental Aircraft Ass.) for local chapters and might be able to "scrounge" some from a builder or perhaps your local NAPA, etc. store might have some.
I have many feet left over from my airplane building days and would be happy to supply fellow Dodge guys if anyone is interested. It will be awhile before I can "pm" due to post count. I guess I can receive pm's, though. Maybe I can reply to pm's I receive?
(Earlier this afternoon, I received a call to go to an oil well job and I will be gone for several days so won't be able to reply to any pm's. I've got to get my gear together and leave tomorrow if everything works out.)