Hi fellow Raptor Owners... Have had my Raptor for a total of 3 weeks now and still have not been able to remove the perma-grin on my face. It replaced my 1994 SVT Lightning, it is amazing what 20 years of evolution comes up with. I'm a tinkerer with an above-average skill-set who takes pride in doing the things that the factory should have done already. The first thing on the "To-Do" list is the factory ambient lighting. You would think that a $60K truck would have ALL the bells and whistles, but like other Car companies they de-content some options. It appears that the 2013/2014 Raptors had their interior lighting controlled via the touch-screen. After looking at the schematics, there are only 4 wires to control the lighting. They occupy 4 positions on the console connector that are currently vacant on the Raptor. Hardware wise you would need both front side panels, console top (to swap the cupholder from), rear console trim with lights and the wiring harness. I have already downloaded the "AS BUILT" coding from a 2014 Platinum F-150 and the "AS-BUILT" for my Raptor. The Ambient lighting terminates into one of the connectors on the back of the Climate Control unit. If anyone would like to collaborate and share any insights that they may have on this subject I am all eyes. I'll keep everyone informed along the way. My guess is we are talking upwards of $1K for this OEM+ mod.