Audio/Video & InteriorPage 1: •Main page Exterior Page 2: •Wheels and Tires Page 3: •Audio/Video and interior (Updated pics 5/19/10)Page 4: •Complete mod list/performance/suspensionPage 5: •My Personal Preference In Sound Deadening (Long read)Page 6: •Full Future Mod ListNow It's time for Audio/Video. Since I'm pretty consistent and stubborn I've went back to the brand I first bought with my old car. My old equipment was stolen and these models of crossfire are no longer made. So I had to do some serious searching to get this audio brand new.I have two JL 15" subwoofers with 1 Vr1000d crossfire amp for each sub. They hit very hard..So I decided to purchase 8 speakers and two 400 watt crossfire class D amps to push the mids and highs. So I wouldnt experience All bass and no words. I cant stand when people pass by and I hear nothing but bass drowning out the words/instrumentals. I also wanted the most clearest sound I could achieve so I bought a 7 band EQ to tune the words and instrumentals. Since I dont want to blast my fiberglassed widebody off my car I just Invested in 100 sq foot of Dynamat to reduce vibration and keep the road noise out. Also I hate trunk rattle!I still need to Install the dynamat. I'm going to mat the entire car. Hatch,floor,rear panels, door panels,roof and the firewall. I'll be sure to add pics of the process. Update 05/03/10: Just stripped the Interior to bare metal. Took some degreaser & wax remover to the entire car. I found a $20 somehow ledged underneath my carpet amongst other things. I Ordered some sound deadner should be on its way within next 3 days. Update 5/12/10: Got the Driver & passenger doors double layered along with the floor board and both Rear panels. I still Have the firewall, Ceiling, and Trunk area to mat. I'll have those done on my next days off on the weekend. Provided the weather will not go to shit. I took it for a test drive and could immediately tell the difference, Even without the panels placed back in. All the road noise (mostly exhaust) was coming from behind me in the trunk area where I have yet to deaden.Update 05/19/10: I've now completed Installing sound deadner throughout my entire car not including the engine bay. It took longer than I expected. Mostly because of the tornado season weather here in Oklahoma. It takes time If you want to do It right as well. I havent wrapped my hatch lid itself as I'm planning on replacing the hatch with a carbon Fiber hatch. It would be a waste of sound deadner.