Here's a close up of the inside of the enclosure. Man those subs sure are beefy!!! The cable that looks like 4 ga. power wire is actually the speaker wire. Two 10 ga. conductors are run inside this thick cable from Precision Link. Also, you can just make out the ethcing on the plexi window. It is the JL Ahead of the Curve logo. You can see it alot better in person. Here's a better shot of the amp rack. Under there are 2 JL 500/1's. One for each 12 W7. We wanted to go with the 1000/1's but distribution was still limited at the time...maybe later.A shot from the opposite side. You can see the nice glow that all the green neon makes. A top view of the amp rack. The amps are covered with edge lit plexi that has the JL logo cut our and polished. In case you are wondering, there are two "squirrel cage" fans in the amp rack not seen. One blowing in and one out. Also, there are two JL 300/4's under the 2nd row seats (the bigger one) and a stinger 3 farad super cap. They are flush mounted in a rack of their own and accented with more green neon. I don't know why I don't have any pictures of this...oh well.This is a shot of the top of the box. This is actually directly over the " V " in the subwoofers. This was kinda a "just because " piece. It was made to not interrupt the flow of the box and make it look more like one piece. We decided to make it our of plexi because you would be able to see it from the top or the bottom. The W7 cutout was done to look cool and in order to let the pressure move around a little easier because the box is so close to the tailgate when closed.