So I got the rest of my gear today (for this stage at least) and got it all in. System thus far is: Clarion DRX9675z Head, Precision Power PC6600.2 Amp, Stinger Dream Series RCA Interconnects, Clarion EA1251 CeNET iPod Interface & a silver 6GB iPod Mini. Power is via Cableco Tech. 4AWG (With 1000V Jacket ), ground is the same with 600V Jacket. Fusing is a 100A Monster breaker up front and fused distribution block at rear. Speaker connections are Cableco 12AWG. Power is up the driver's side, low level up passenger, high level up the middle. Coming soon is a set of Boston Acoustics Pro Series 6.5" Components for the front, and coming later is a pair of Boston Pro 8's for the bottom end. As it sits, with the stock premium components up front and 6x9's out back, it actually sounds *very* good. The amp has way more power than they can handle though, so the gain is down at bare minimum to keep it in check...but it still sounds quite nice and plays quite loud. The amazing bass (relative) has to be from the component baffles/enclosures in the door, which are quite nice...can slam the crap out of them and not get a bit of rattling or distortion. So, on to the pics of the head (<3 Zucchero..check him out) The iPod interface works at it ought with newer heads...Clarion told me it would simply input audio for this one (a flagship 2001 model). Funny thing is it works perfectly and can control the iPod directly, see playlists (as long as you name them clarionXXX) and can display ID3 tags (another trick it doesn't officially support, though it does officially support CD-TEXT). The adapter also uses CeNET bus power to charge the iPod As shown, the face is angled for best viewing. One pic of the amp in temporary install location: Going to be fabricating a shelf for it to tuck it, a 1 Farad Cap, the distro block and Boston crossovers all up under the rear deck, making it nicely invisible. Probably out of aluminum but I'm not sure yet. So yeah...I'm happy with it for the time being. Just a little more crossover and PEQ tweaking to do. It'll be flat out awesome with the Pro's in getting ~200RMS per side Clarifications: Cableco Tech. is a high end/specialty cable house in the SF Bay area that hooked up cable stock and other wiring materials for some IT work I did for them a while back...figured I should mention that It should also be noted that I do have a distibution block with a 40A fuse (that will increased if nescessary)...the breaker up front is mainly intended to protect against shorts (broken jacket, whatever) and provide an easy disconnect for working on the system.