OK, so I think my wife deleted a few pictures from the camera... but at this point, you want to connect your wires to each other (70 Harness >>> 71 Harness). What you will end up with is a Male > Female Harness for your OEM Head Unit. Since I am adding in symbilink pigtails, I made sure to add some additional wires from Pins # 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13 & 14. These are the pins of the Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left and Rear Right Balanced output. These pins will go to the Symbilink cable straight from the head unit as a balanced signal.To create my pigtail, I picked up a PS/2 extension cable from Office Depot. The Mini-6 Din plug of Symbilink is the same as PS/2 cables ('Old' mouse/keyboard cables). Note that long runs should use Symbilink as the shielding is much better. But, since I am going just add a few inches and female symbilink pigtails have to be cut from expensive pieces... I went with PS/2. I cut the female end from the PS/2 cable:From here, I pulled out my multimeter and made sure of the continuity/wire color on the PS/2 cables. I then compared that to the Symbilink Cable to get a diagram of where I will be soldering the PS/2 pigtail into my harness.