Now for some pictures. Please excuse the quality, I took these while the sun was going down. Driver's Side (note the High Lift mounted to the roof rack) Jeep with the new TrXuS tires Front, as if you couldn't already tell. Passenger Side, my least favorite side. The ass of the Jeep. I installed two OEM driving lights into the rear bumper to add to the reverse lights, the stock ones didn't light anything up (in fact the brake lights were brighter than the reverse lights). The ultra cool, ultra cheap black rock crawlers. They really tied the Jeep together. My very very bright PIAA lights. You will see just how bright in a few pictures. The guages on the A pillar are made by Faze, the pod is Autometer. The overlays I bought off ebay. This is the switch box that I fabed myself. It's made out of some flat steel I picked up from Lowes and cut into a box. It is held together with rivits and sticks to the roof with tabs that punch through the liner and fold out. There is a power distribution block that I picked up from circuit city so all the power wires run to that. All very neat and compact. **UPDATE** THIS SUB IS NOW GONE AND HAS BEEN REPLACED BY TWO INFINITY SUBS. PLEASE SEE PAGE 4 FOR A WRITEUP AND PICTURES ABOUT THE SUB INSTALL!!! UPDATES WEEKLY!!! This is one of four of the Sony Xplod 5.25" speakers. Not to much to brag about though. This is a picture of my Jeep at night, obviously. As you can tell, the PIAA lights are much brighter than the stock headlights. They are also illegal to drive with while they are on, found that one out the hard way when I blinded a cop. These are the new backup lights at night. These are the guages at night. All three (overlays, volts, and air/fuel) are adjustable with a controller under the dash. I can switch between the blue seen and a green. I can also adjust how bright they are.