I just added the Redline Tuning Hoodstruts for my Taco. They seem like good quality. My only concern is the lower bracket is mounted by self-tapping screws. But if I have any problems with the lower brackets I'll just remove the screws and replace them with rivots.
I completed debadging my truck. It probably took about 2 hours total. I used 8 lb fishing line to "saw" through the adhesive backing of the chrome labels. The whole job probably would have taken less than an hour and a half if I had used stronger line. The line would only make it through 1-2 letters before snapping. I used a hair dryer to heat up the labels, then I sawed through a couple letters. Then I would have to heat up the label again. After I got the label off, I used the hair dryer to heat up the adhesive that was left on the paint and used my finger nails to pick away at what was left behind. After that, I used some Goo Gone to get rid of the rest of the adhesive. And finally, I used a paint surface cleaner and then waxed the areas around the labels. I love the way it turned out.
I decided to leave the TRD Off Road sticker on the truck. I guess I like how it differentiates what model Taco I have. But if I get enough comments to remove it, or it starts to fade or look crappy, then I'll just remove it.