When it comes time to instally your plates, a little trip to Pep Boys can make it look nice and clean. I don't like the look of exposed metal edges so I got some flexible rubber license plate frames. They are slim so they don't have any words, diamond plate, fake chain or cartoon characters. The front license plate holder has a curve to it so I bent the plate gently over my knee. I made the bend tighter than the curve of the holder which then flattens out to match when the fasteners are tightened. The flexible frame works really well for this. The rear is flat, no bend required. For fasteners I got a kit that has stainless security torx screws and also a set of screw cover caps. If you use the caps, make sure you remember the little plastic washers that retain the caps. After a few $ and a few minutes I think I have my plates looking about as good as they can and the security fasteners protect the plates too. I might spray paint the fastener caps white to match my plates but that's about the only thing left to do.