When I moved from stock rims to Methods last year, the Double Standard had just been released. However, I chose to go with the Standard because I liked the look of the stainless hardware better. Everything on my truck is either black or stainless, so the brass hardware just did not flow the direction I was headed. Recently, the guys at TMX installed Boatec glass fenders to accommodate TOYO M/T 37's, and I decided to freshen up the look a bit with Method's new NV's. Still not feeling it for the brass hardware look, I called up Method and had them ship me a set of stainless hardware that is used on their Standard wheel. A little blue loctite later, and wow! Just the look I wanted. Method charged $1.25 per stainless bolt X 24 per wheel X 6 wheels + shipping = the price of a new rim. Ouch! Alternatives: The old brass hardware is a small bolt and washer. This could be more cheaply replicated in a stainless version, by obtaining them from a hardware or fastener store. Or maybe you can order the DS or NV with a stainless hardware option? It would be worth checking. I was in a bit of a hurry to complete the look for TRR, so it was worth the added expense to get it just right. For me, these Method eNVy's finally live up to their name!