First thing I figured out was that there wasn't anyone making what I wanted for the new beast. Or, if they did, I didn't want to pay their price. First on the agenda was a light bar. Nothing special, just some square stock cut and and MIG welded. Later I had it powder coated along with a Uni-go hitch I make. I'll show that later. Mounted with PIAA 1200 Fogs and 510 Driving Lights. The cooler grille is just some mesh with rubber hose split and wrapping the edge. It fit up in nice-n-snug so nothing else was needed to hold it in place. Needed a shelf to put the GPS, XM Radio and Radar Detector on so I mocked this up with cardboard and hot glue and a friend helped me bend it. Where to put the PIAA switches???? The results of a piece of 1-1/2" Aluminum angle iron, coping saw, fie and flapper wheel on a Dremel Tool. Maybe a belt sander too! Figuring out where to put the relays, Centech-AP2, Autocomm and XM took some head scratching. The Centech relay is mounted to the bottom of the tool tray. It is triggered off the parking light. The picture doesn't show it, but the Valentine power box is also located there. By making a shelf I was able to get the Autocomm, Centech AP-2 and XM radio in the tool tray. Using blocks of wood and some Plumbers Putty, I was able to determine how much room there was. There was still a little wiring left to run when I took this. And I need to trim a little of the edge of the tray for easier adjustment of the Autocom. The PIAAs run directly off the battery. The 510s are triggered by the high beam. I tapped into the lead in the back of the headlight housing. The 1200s are triggered off the Centech. I use them as daytime running lights. The relays and fuses are held on with two-faced tape for now. Color coding wires helps keep things straight. Almost all had to be shortened. I used a lot of heat shrink tubing. Where it doesn't show I also use Yellow wire ties so it's easier to determine where the wires are should I have to work on it later. Always make a wiring schematic too! At the advice of some here I did finally remove the fuel tank to run the wires. Haven't activated the new XM Radio yet so I can't report on how the Antenna World works. I did leave some slack so I can move it if needed. Special thanks to those that made suggestions and posted pictures.