An extra day to re-route the rear sensors (hardtop convertible is definitely more difficult than the coupe) and it's finally here. And, much to my pleasure, it was a perfect day in Southern Nevada (mid-60's and sunny) so I put the top down (windows up) on the way home.
The drive was uneventful (especially since the engine isn't broken in yet (185 miles to date)), but I did get some hits (mostly traffic monitoring cams, an X band, one K band, and two Ka Band alerts from the 9500ci). Didn't experience any laser hits yet. The volume on the 9500ci is fine even with the top down (probably not if the windows were down).
And now, as promised, a few photos of the finished product (since I'm not allowed to post html yet, you'll have to settle for attachments). Unfortunately, my detailer arrived after the photo shoot and at a time of day when shadows were too prevalent (so please don't judge me by the dust and smudges since black on black (even Jerez Black) is not very cooperative in staying clean.
All in all, I am very pleased with their work (after correcting the few things that so many of you pointed out). I may even go back to them for an auto-start system that is plug-in-play and starts the car via the panic button on the key remote.
Now it's time for the learning curve. Driving with both systems, volume settings so that I can listen to my music and still not miss the alerts, etc.
Too bad there isn't a Nevada group for testing out JTG on this setup. After I've broken in the engine (1200 miles), they take everything down and release the hounds. Sometime after that, I might just take it to the track (they might even have some different guns available to test it).
Thanks again to everyone for your help. If you'd like to see more pics, let me know. Otherwise, I'll keep you posted...