For those of you wanting to replace the door speakers, here's what I did. I went with Boston Acoustics Z6 6.5 inch separates. It's a matter of personal opinion, but I love the way these sound. Plus, you can mount the tweeter separately as a true separate or you can mount it to the woofer's basket as a coaxial. I chose the coaxial method.
Here's the stock Ford 8-inch midwoofer in the door. The grille is part of the woofer and can't be easily removed. The grill trim piece is a separate piece.
Here's the speaker and the surround removed. I have to applaud Ford because the cavity behind the speaker is sealed, once I filled in that small hole where the stock speaker wires came through.
Here's the MDF baffle I made. Once again, Ford made it very simple and all I had to do was attach my baffle to the flange you see in the previous photo.
Then I attached the Boston Acoustics speaker to my new baffle.
And painted the baffle black so you can't see it once you attach the trim piece.
Here's the finished product. I think it looks like it belongs there. I just used some screws around the outside edge of the trim piece that go into the outer edge of the baffle. One of the most straight-forward speaker installs I've done.
The Alpine IVA-D310 DVD player and Alpine SBS-05DC center channel speaker sit in the dash. This is a true 5.1 Dolby Digital System when combined with an Alpine MRA-D550 Digital Theater amplifier, which I installed in the trunk. The black knob to the right of the Roush shifter controls a 12-inch MTX Thunderform amplified subwoofer.