I don't have any good pics of the storage spot, so this will have to do. I made sure it had just enough to hold the factory organizer tray (which I never use though) it has at least as much if not more storage than the factor jump seat console that it replaced.
Under side that never gets seen
View from the passenger side, I don't have too many other pics of it installed. From the back seat the back of the console is pretty much even maybe an inch or 2 in from the other seats which are powered all the way back.
I took that pic from the thread about the screen here, http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/vbim...img&imgid=1796
Also I double checked and measured my opening that I cut in the dash, its 8-3/16" tall and 6-3/16" wide.
I can't seem to find he face of the stock bezel but I know I had it somewhere and had it cut down to mold into the dash but never went that route since I wasn't sure about how too or how much it would cost to get the wood grain refinished. I have since gotten a quote for some water transfer graphics of doing any sort of color or pattern I want to replace all the wood grain in the truck, but I just can't seem to come up with a theme I really like.
I am pretty sure I could mold the cut down bezel into the dash and get it all smoothed in, but it will be RIGHT at the bevels around the AC ducts but I don't think will actually impact them, its just quite literally as big as you could possible fit
craigslist or some of the ford forums might help you finding a space dash to work with. I see them come up every now and then on the power stroke forum I am on. My dad actually stumbled on an amazing deal at a flea market one time and bought it for me $10 for a Harley Davidson edition dash piece, seen them on ebay for around $200.
I was also thinking about it later on if you were to move the vents like you said it would be pretty tough at the least and honestly I think it would be better with just the single vent in that location. To move it you would have to not only reconstruct the dash panel, but also the AC duct work, and I believe cut out the support on the right side of the radio so the new duct could go through that space, unless you snaked it through the old radio slot and over.