I had some issues installing this winch but they were due to the vehicle, not the winch.I installed this Warn VRX 45 winch on a 2023 Kawasaki Mule Trans 4010. It fit behind the front bumper with room to spare. The winch is nicely finished and seems to be very well built. The supplied accessories and hardware are all top quality. The wires were more than long enough to be routed in a way that kept them from being seen and/or damaged. The installation instructions were clear and easy to read and understand.I didn't mount the dash-mounted rocker switch but I did install the wired remote plug in the dash. It's really tight under the Mule dash and contorting myself to get under there was a real issue. But I was finally able to find the ignition wire for a proper electrical connection.Once everything was installed I checked the function on the winch and remote. Worked just like it should. I like the easy turn dial on the winch that allows the cable to be pulled out to length. Another simple turn and you're ready to winch. The remote wire is long enough to easily control the winch from the front of the vehicle and remain a safe distance a way in case of cable failure.If I had a complaint it would be that this winch isn't going to win any speed contests. Winching under load is slow. Really slow. But, I knew that going in and it's about what I expected so I'm not gonna mark it down for that. Aside from that this winch performs quite well. It easily pulled the Mule out of a stream bed on my property that's very steep and about 40' long. It never reached it's duty cycle shutoff while doing that. Hardly a torture test but it is a real life test that's probably representative of the type of use this winch will generally see.I'm very happy with this Warn winch.