I didn't actually take photos during the install and didn't fancy taking some of the dash panels away again so I just have photos of everything in its place. Sorry it took so long, I kept forgetting to take photos while I was in the car. But hey, I got round to it in the end.
Here is the USB lead with my USB stick attached. I have it located under the steering wheel where there is a nice little shelf for it to sit on.
This is the bluespot button used to answer calls, make calls & link Bluetooth devices. I ran this along the side of the centre console, under a piece of removable trim, so I could locate it in the little cupboard where the cigarette lighter, ash tray and cup holder are (Currently have a California scent instead of a cup in there). I removed the ash tray a long time ago as the previous owner smoked and it was the source of a lot of bad odour. I have to break ones of the clips that hold the ash tray in place so that I could run the lead into the cupboard. I could have drilled a nice neat hole but I am more of a smash and bang type of guy. There are a lot of easier places to put the button but I wanted it hidden because it lights up blue & the dash glows red. Also it is in nice easy reach. P.s, its wonky at the moment as it is held on by blue tack, I need some proper double sided sticky pads as the ones supplied are not very good.
Finally the speaker which I ran under the steering wheel, the same way as the USB connection, into the fuse box and up the side of the dash (pulls away) and into the rubber window seal and into the roof lining & out by the interior light.
I am not technically minded but this was super easy to do! All you need is patients when trying to thread the wires from behind the stereo. Its very tight in there and you need long arms and baby hands (ideally). Once from behind there the rest is easy. All wires bar the USB also have a break in them, bridged by a connector which makes it all a little easier.
Please excuse my dirty car, it needs a good wash!