Page 1 = General pics and mod list Page 2 = Show Information Page 3 = Track info Page 4 = Interior Upgrades - (you are here)I finally finished the interior. It was the last part of my build up. I searched for a while to find the exact seats I wanted. They needed to be very comfortable for trips plus look great. I wanted to bring some of the grey from the exterior into the black interior. The combination of the black, chrome and grey just sounded right. To accent it, I went with blue lights.Since the Mustang has no room in the back and I would never have people in the back seat anyway, I decided to go with a rear seat delete and incorprate a sub and amp into the shelf to go with a stereo upgrade. In my search for a good quality rear seat delete kit, I found K-Dezines. I called and talked to Keith and explained my vision of what I wanted to do with the interior. Unfortunately it was somewhat incomplete and much of what I wanted didn't exist yet and needed to be fabricated. Keith didn't hesitate for a moment and came up with some great ideas. I was shocked when I got the kit, the fit is perfect!For the stereo I went with:Head unit Pioneer AVH-P6800DVD In-Dash Double-DIN 6-Disc DVD/CD Multimedia AV Receiver w/backup camera and iPod adapterSpeakers and amp all from MaxxsonicsAmplifier Hifonics Zeus ZXi 8006 Illuminated Amplifier 5 Channel 740-Watts A/B-ClassSub-Woofer Hifonics Brutus Illuminated DVC Subwoofer BX10D2 10-Inch 2-Ohm, 500-Watts RMSFront Components MB Quart QSC 210 4" 2-way Component Speakers System MB Quart QSC 164 6-1/2" Add-A-Woofer-SystemRear Coaxials MB Quart DKF 168 6"x8" 2-Way 240W Car SpeakersI ran all new Phoenix Gold speaker wire. The rear-view camera connected to the headunit is awesome. When I put the car in reverse, the doulble DIN screen changes to view from the rear of the car. When I take it out of reverse it goes back to where it was. It took me a while to install everything because it was my first time but it all came out perfect. Check it out and let me know what you think.