I just finished the install - took 4 hours but was really happy with the results. Thank you dgp for your help and photos as they were a great guide as to what to do. A few differences with my installation method: 1. I have used the earth in the DOC connector for my power magic pro rather than finding a bolt, as I couldn’t see a small enough sized bolt in the vicinity! (I must be blind because others haven’t had this issue!) Same procedure applies - I cut off the ‘C’ on the existing wiring and replaced it with another 2.8mm female spade from Jaycar, then wrapped it with heat shrink. 2. I mounted the Narva fuse box on the side console where it has the no airbag sticker. I figured that should the fuses fail or blow one day, I wouldn’t want to undo all of those bolts just to replace the fuse (although I would have to anyway if the fuses kept blowing). A trim tool makes the removal easier. 3. I stowed all the excess wire for the rear camera down the C pillar - you can push it as a bundle down the pillar and away & behind from that green curtain airbag. 4. My power magic pro is mounted in the glove box but I did not drill a hole - using an existing hole where the horizontal trim clips in, the wires can feed through that hole and curve into the glove box to the power magic pro, and it won’t get crushed or prevent the box door from closing. 5. Feeding the wire down the A pillars weren’t as hard as first thought... just had to be careful about the airbag and wires by tucking the wiring behind it. Most of my time was spent undoing the bolt, feeding that wire upwards through the hole to the A pillar, and learning how to crimp (didn’t make it any easier by using all brass female clips from Jaycar!!). It’s a very worthwhile exercise!