I have a 1979 vw bus, and I love taking it out on the open road and cruising with my music playing clean and loud. vw buses are not common here on the east coast in the United States, and living in the Nations Capitol area (approx. 10 miles from the White House) brings a whole different dynamic to owning and enjoying a bus within an area filled with the latest and greatest in the automotive industry. Yes, I own an M5, and yes I own A4, but nothing gives me more pleasure than pulling my Type 2 out on the weekends, giving her a bath, and taking her out into the city, or country side diminishing my stress level with the setting of the sun! I also own a 1979 KZ1000, and I'm gong to let you guess out of all four which two share the garage? The M5, and A4 stay in the drive way. The bus, and motorcycle get the indoor privileges. So, you can tell I spare no expense with the bus, or KZ. About four years ago I had some leftover Rockford Fosegate Punch amplifiers (301X, and a 301 Mono) Pioneer, and Realistic (radio shack brand) speakers from a previous car, a Fosgeate P2 sub in box, and a old JVC head unit from 2004. I decided to install it all in the bus. I made sure the head unit was neatly installed in the glovebox, and amps were hidden under the second row of seats with no visible wires. It actually sounded great! I was surprised how leftover, old items would sound, and look so good installed in my bus! It got me thinking... I should just go all out, right? I mean, if your going to do it, do it all the way... So I did. I replaced my Rockford Fosegate Punch amps with a Rockford Fosgate Power amps (1500 watt mono, and a 800 watt 4 channel), a 2000 watt Rockford Fosgate Power 12" sub, and rewired all the amp wires with 2/0 gauge wire. Speaker wire was all redone with 12 gauge speaker wire. Door, and rear speakers were replaced with Rockford Fosegate Power T2 speakers. However, after spending a little more than $2000 I didn't have enough to upgrade my head unit.... Until now! All parts for the new head unit have arrived: I will start the install within the next 4-5 days. I can't wait. Also, I'll post up here my previous stereo installs I've done here. It's going to sound soooooo good!