V-1 installed, right now it's hanging on the passenger visor using the visor clip. The fuse box is actually on the passenger side, but it is hard to get to, and kind of intimidating to try to get power from it. I thought about taking power from the front maplight/sunroof control but there were three wires and I wasn't quite sure what the wires were actually (one always on to maplight switch, one from the computer to switch on when doors open, and another one either ground or ignition on). So, using knowledge that's already out there I decided to tap into the wire for the stereo (thanks VaBoom). This actually worked out nicely. The pictures I took didn't turn out very well because of glare from the sun, so I'll take more. The phone cord is tucked neatly in the gap between the headliner and the windshield, across the top of the a-pilar behind the SAC moulding, then down the door frame behind the inner weatherstrip, then down under the floor mat and then up from the back of the stereo. I'm going to run it under the carpet so that it's completely invisible, but I ran out of time. A few things if anyone tries to do this: Feed the phone cord from the stereo cavity first, there is a small gap to the passenger footwell, but I used the driver side gap it's bigger. Then start tucking the cord from the windshield and work down. There is room on the drivers side of the stereo to tuck excess phone cord. I used only the stuff that came with the V-1 kit except a longer phone cord, escort owners will need to purchase the separate kit.