In case you're saying to yourself, " I wish there was just one more close up picture of that chrome basket," here it is.This is the right wall of the trunk. An Audiobahn eq/x-over/line driver lives here on top of blue mirror plexi. All of those top secret eq settings are protected by some 1/4" clear plexi. Let me tell you...hours and hours of hard listening went into getting those bands set just right. Just kidding...haven't adjusted them yet.The left side of the trunk wall holds more power accessories from Stinger. A second SP1000 battery is isolated from an identical one under the hood by a 200 amp relay. Also, a gound distribution, the main fuse for the auxiliary battery, and a circuit breaker for the air ride compressors that are mounted underneath the car. BTW, the stock alternator was upgraded to a Stinger 180 amp model with external regulator. The entire amp rack can be raised and lowered by two linear actuators to get access to the air ride components.Here is a back view of the raised amp rack. Don't get a flat...no spare here.With the amp rack raised you can see the two white 3 gallon air tanks. The cylinder in the middle is a CO2 tank that was polished out. CO2 makes the air ride really fast and it can be turned on or off. This tank is removable for refilling.