I used a bit of hot glue to keep the lilliput bezel in place so it would not move when I started with the bondo-glass to hold it in place:
After lots of sanding:
After more sanding and some bondo to smooth it out:
After lots and lots more sanding and more bondo, the screen was finally ready (7 months after I started lol!!!!) and installed. I had the bezel dyed properly by a friend who owns a body shop in order to 100% match my stock interior. Here it is:
and the obligatory night shot:
A few things you cant see (no pics right now, sorry):
The obd2 reader is located underneath the case in the dash. Under the rail that the case slides on to, there is some room due to ford going to an onboard amp for the highs in the cd player.
The highs now run off an alpine amp which is hidden in the trunk. The mids and lows run off the factory amps (two of them, located under the rear deck in the trunk) thanks to a nifty wiring harness.
The soundcard is also hidden in the trunk. I have a usb hub back there for the soundcard and gps receiver. I'm also running a +5V line from the Opus to the trunk to power the soundcard. However, this will be changing soon as I got a 12v-5v dc adaptor. This will go in sometime this winter also.
The gps receiver is located under the speaker grille in the rear deck of the car.
The dvd player is no where to be found just yet I was going to mount it in my glove box but there's not enough space. However, there is a perfect fit for it in the console so I will get to that this winter when I take it off the road.
There is also a usb hub in the glovebox for my bluetooth dongle (removed for now) and my wifi dongle (works great). This is also where I hook up my usb stick to transfer mp3s or my digital camera to download pictures.
That is about it for now I think. Please let me know what you think, and if you have any questions please feel free to ask!