Everybody went thru this before the cars hit florida. After the dealer goes to training, Dodge will ship them their alloted cars as soon as dodge feels like it. They are building up a bank of cars to release to the dealerships, in an effort to curb price jacking. If all the dealers in the area get a few cars at the same time, it's harder for one dealer to charge higher than the other dealers. Now that your dealer has gone to training, he probably won't know when the cars will arrive until their on his lot. He can not order the cars. Just wait, and try to get a written statement that says they will sell you the car for msrp. If they charge even 1k over, it's cheaper to go to FL. I don't know if they're still over run with cars, but right before the srt hit other states, FL was charging only a few hundred over invoice. My plane tix to FL were only $133, and gas was about 200.