Still trying to find a good location to mount my speakers. Keri said she mounted hers under the seats or just suggested it? Is that correct? I currently have some 4" speakers mounted in some old surface mount enclosures but I hate their location. And the enclosers are not made for these type of speakers with tweeters mounted in the centers (notice the budge). I've considered mounted them in the doors. Getting the wires to the radio maybe a challange. I'll have to drill a hole through the sides of the door then possible run the wires behind the weathertripping that way. Otherwise remove the front fenders so I can feed the wires in through the door, through the door jam and into the cabin that way? Mount them in the package tray. Trouble with this location is this Panasonic doesn't push a lot of watts. I'd rather have them up front so I can hear them better. Or mount 4 speakers in both locations. I'd rather not cut any holes in the existing package tray or door panels but rather fabricate my own out of vinyl and fiberboard. You know just in case. The other idea was to fabricate some 4" speaker boxes and cover them in felt material which I just so happen to have and just lay them on the original package tray and apply a little 3M adhesive to keep them from sliding around. Or just install the original radio blanking plate, remove the sound system altogether and carry around my Ghetto blaster/Brixton briefcase in the backseat like people used to do back in the 1980s. Anyone that has ever owned one of these knows they eat D size batteries!