Thanks again for responding. I did swap out the PCM and of course it would not start. My biggest fear was that once I put the old one back that it would not start, but it did.
I have talked to a dealer on re-programming but they were so arrogant about it that I really wish there was a work around. I did see a YouTube video of a guy who has a phone program that will re-program a PCM but it's really expensive. There is one way to work around it that I think would work; if a replacement PCM can be obtained along with the programmed ignition key, then a plain key could be cut to fit the ignition with the replacement key transponder located near the ignition, will allow the car to start. This would allow for troubleshooting and if security wasn't important allow for continued use.
In regards to your instrument cluster, I had the same issue but was able to purchase a used one on Ebay which worked out for me. Also, there is a vendor on Ebay that can re-build the instrument cluster.