Well, I finally got my stereo system installed in the phantom project. Alpine CDA-9847 Head Unit Alpine SPR-17LS 6.5" Component setup for the front Alpine SPS-170A 6.5" 2 ways for the rear Setup: Front speakers mounted in stock locations Front tweeters mounted in doors Rear speakers mounted in custom made fiberglass pods in the rear Crossover networks mounted under the passenger seat 12 gauge wire to the crossover networks 14 gauge to the door speakers 16 gauge to the tweeters 14 gauge to the rear speakers 10 gauge power straight from the battery (fused, of course) 10 gauge ground The only factory wiring I used was the illumination and the ignition signal. Everything else was replaced. Sounds pretty good.. Although the HU has trouble pushing all of that with its stock power (50w/channel) I will probably have to add an amp before its all said and done. At a reasonable volume though, it sounds great.. when it starts getting unbearably loud it starts breaking up pretty bad. You can hear the speakers starving for power. The rear pods were pretty easy, although time consuming. I had to add a 7/8" spacer to the door speakers, as those type r woofers were really deep. I'm sporting 1/8th inch clearance for the windows, and about the same clearance for the factory speaker grill. Just barely got them in there, it was a TIGHT fit. And Alpine's radio tuner still rules the world in recieving radio stations. They have always had the best. Anyway, I got several pics and will be posting them, probably tonight.. And I've started the rear suspension install.. Should also be done tonight as long as it doesn't get too cold or bowling doesn't take too long.