(Updated picture. All painted up, wall is repaired and waiting to dry)
So.. my window supplier calls me and apparently the company that makes the windows are having a glass shortage. They suggested a slightly more expensive window that they would give me at the same cost but it required me to remove the one I originally installed. This one has the grill installed between the panes and actually matches the others in the house. I originally replaced it with the same style window but it's better to have all of the windows match! I agreed and finished installing all three. The new molding, sill and apron are finished up and I have to prime and paint it. Thankfully, someone of the wood was pre primed so this shouldn't take long. I still have to repair the wall around the trim to have a cleaner look but that isn't very exciting. On a side note, I accidentally bought the wrong caulking and I didn't realize it until I was finished. You can NOT paint silicone and unfortunately I saw the tube as I was finishing up... Luckily you can sand it slightly and/or go over it with paintable caulking and it should be fine. Lesson learned, read the tube before using.