Installed my 2 meter amateur (ham) transceiver in the KJ. Mounted it as many have on the passenger side of the console. Not too many mounting options in the KJ unless you have a rig with a remote head. Ran 10 ga wire from the rig directly to the battery. Left the fuse in the Yaesu harness on the back of the radio and added a fuse at the battery too (I know, redundant). Also fused the negative lead; in the unlikely event that the battery loses it's negative ground to the Jeep, I don't want it seeking a ground path through my radio. Wiring is ran under the dash and through the console and under the passenger seat. I plan at some point to buy a dual-bander with a remote head and mount the xcvr under the seat, so I ran the wiring with that in mind. Next project is to eliminate the dual cig power adapter and hide the wiring going to the GPS and XM receiver. Used an Opek mount purchased from Triad Electronic Supply for my Comet SBB-7 antenna. The Opek mount is much less expensive than a similar Diamond mount I've used in the past and so far seems just as durable. I have the antenna mounted on the right rear passenger door.