Yes, but no guarantee it will be an exact shape fit
The dryer is fine but I just blot dry
I am sure Home Depot provides a sub-contractor to install the bidet. However, any plumber and electrician can do this install. I mentioned both a plumber and an electrician because there is some connecting do your existing waterline for your commode and there must be an electrical plug near the commode. If you have an electrical socket somewhere near the commode then this will be a very easy install. Anyone with just a little bit of experience concerning disconnecting and reconnecting a flex hose onto your existing water outlet for your commode can do this job. It is a very easy install. I am not a plumber or an electrician and I installed it my self. My wife absolutely loves her bidet. This is a wonderful unit. The seat heats, the water pressure can be adjusted, the location of the spray can be adjusted and all of this is done by remote control.
I have not attempted to change the color and I do not remember reading anything about being able to choose a different color. The white light is not overwhelmingly bright by any means. However, it is bright enough to make a perfect night light for your bathroom. This is an outstanding bidet. We have had ours for a couple of years and have had no problems with it whatsoever. My wife loves it. You are able to adjust the water pressure as well as the location of the spray. The seat is heated, and you can adjust how warm you want that as well. This is a very easy install. However, you will need an electrical plug near your commode. If you do not have one, I suggest getting an electrician to install this plug. It uses your existing water outlet from your commode and is very easy to hookup. The placing of the seat on your existing commode is also very simple.
You'll need top mounting bolts and either an extension hose for the fill valve, or an alternative t-valve for skirted toilets.
you would want to jot down the measurements and make sure because it does say it fits most toilet models.