First post here, but just wanted to say hello by offering a quick review of the JBR short shift plate since I hadn't really seen any talk about it. First off, it's for my wife's 2015 2.0 Touring hatchback. I'm really glad I was able to teach her to drive a manual years ago, as we're planning on handing this down to our daughter when she turns 16. Anyway, I ordered all the additional aluminum bushings, but haven't installed those for the shifter mount itself yet. The JBR shift plate offers 2 separate reduction holes offering either 40% or 20% shorter shifts. I went with the 40% reduction as we're used to driving my Mustang with a Hurst shifter installed that takes quite a bit of effort and has quite short throws. The install of both the shift bracket and spacers with bushings took just under 2 hours with my daughter helping, which meant about 15 minutes spent looking for and recovering various bolts and washers that she dropped. The shifter is now nearly perfect in my opinion. The shifts do require more effort, but they were extremely light to begin with. The shifts are significantly shorter and much more direct. JBR offers great instructions to follow on their website as well.