Hi buddy nice to hear from you...
Well i have quite a few pics but for now here are a couple i can find quickly ive posted on the net.
Screen custom fitted into the 2din space
the power supply can be seen here and is permanently located behind the screen in the space at back but it went tits up on me and ended up frying my first PC
Shot of how it looks now but i will be replacing the iverter with the shutdown controller above mentioned by MikeH
Hopefully i will get a full feature together soon and do a proper write up.
If you are looking to put a new 7" screen in the 2din space in your scooby you will have to custom fit the touchsceen and cut it up a little (now that is scary) and then glue it in place with the board on an angle on the back.
You will also need to relocate the main head unit to the top where the optional 3 dials can go (instead on the boring clock).
You can get the pod replacements from subaru parts direct and i think they are about £30 or thereabouts.
My screen is a Gains 7" VGA Touchscreen and is probably the best lcd screen to get. At a little over £200 its not the cheapest but from what i have read up it was a sensible purchase and one i have enjoyed so far trouble free (touch wood).
With my setup i have Sat nav, ECUTEK delta dash, webcam and more and the only thing missing was the shutdown controller to auto on off with ignition. Whats more interesting with the controller i have got, is it can pulse start so i can set it to auto boot the pc with say the car alarm or whatever but i am unsure about a few things using this setup, for example if i turn the iginition off and then pc shuts down and i then press my alarm to arm the car, will it turn on the pc with the alarm armed or not?
Lots of questions and plenty of wiring with this controller needs sorting but the end result will be sweet indeed.
Oh and the Scooby is off the road at the moment due to a broken driveshaft which i have a replacement part sat here across from me and i am awaiting that repair before i can make a start with this update to my carputer.
Anyways nice talking and good luck with the install.