Interior and Audio/Video UPDATE! I finally got some cash and decided to do a little work on the truck, the following pictures are of the FatMat instalation and of the LMC seat fabric after I was finished installing it. There are also pictures of the door panels and all other parts installed listed below. Before all of this work I had company here on Fort Sam Install the eyebrow tint on my winshield for me. Then we replaced the Door panels, door handles, window handles, rearview mirror, seat fabric, steering wheel, and put FatMat almost everywhere I could get my hands. I have to paint the new visor bracket bases black before I install them, so that will be another day. Another thing I am happy to announce is that I have electric door locks now thanks to a kit from LMC. This thing is starting to ride like a much more expensive car now... I LOVE IT > 26Feb2012 I will take more pictures soon, sorry for the quality these were taken on my phone in poor lighting conditions.For the record I AM NOT a spokesman for FatMat in any shape form or fashion, this stuff is awesome!!! I have installed Dynomat (Dynomat works, but price per square foot makes FatMat come out on top) before so I am fairly experienced at this type of stuff. FatMat is the easiest stuff in the world to work with, it sticks where you put it... the first time no matter what temp (in the week or so I was installing it was anywhere between 80 degrees to 50 degrees) the higher the temp the better it is to work with but its not bad in the lower temps. The reason I am saying all of this... I can actually drive down the highway and hear my radio clearly, and not have to use earplugs on long trips. Its like driving a brand new truck! Take a look and tell me what you think.