The coding and VIN programming are two different things. The VIN programming is much more complex and is not standard coding.
This is a hand picked cluster that I purchased for $550. I think the extra $150 is fair to reprogram the VIN # so you don't have a tamperage dot.
This cluster is actually $784 from that site brand new:
Regardless, even if you purchase a new cluster, the dealer will not be able to retrofit it to the car. So this is an opportunity to get one that will sync up with the car properly.
As far as the mileage, I've said what I needed to say on that so there is no point in debating. I need to know the mileage at the time of purchase, period.
What you've stated as reasonable I do not agree with - I will wait for someone who is willing to pay a fair price for a preprogrammed cluster. We can agree to disagree here.
Dropping price to $640, including the VIN programming.