My plans for me Ex have been to add more lighting as well as other electrical equipment eventually. So I've been wanting to add a secondary fuse panel to avoid having all the wires go to the battery with a bunch of inline fuses. This is the panel I've been looking at. I like this style because everything can be powered by the panel and grounded to the panel. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000THQ0C...olid=1VTWH08ZWRUT0&coliid=I97XDZOXPO6FQ&psc=1 Any one have experience with these? Are they good quality? Now to me wiring is pretty easy and I have no issue doing it, but I still need some advice and ideas. First of all, I'm trying to decide if I should get the 6 circuit panel or if I should go for a 12 circuit or the split 12 circuit. I know I'll eventually be adding at least 2 more sets of lights (may add more), either air lockers with on board air or e-lockers, a fridge, and possibly some other things. (I know eventually I'll need to upgrade to a bigger alternator and possibly a second battery, but that's later on) The 6 circuit would be a good starting point and be cheaper at the moment, but I may have to get a bigger one later on. The 12 circuit would be more than enough for what I need at the moment, but it would prevent me from having to upgrade later. The split 12 circuit would allow me to run certain accessories on constant power and certain ones on switched power. Which may be complete overkill now, but could be very beneficial later. Also where should I pull the switched power from? So would you start small and upgrade as needed or just go ahead and get the bigger one so that way you'll never have to upgrade? Also, should I use and inline fuse or circuit breaker? I'm leaning towards circuit breaker because it seems like better protection and allows me to completely isolate the secondary fuse panel. What would be a good circuit breaker to use? Where did you mount your secondary fuse panel? Under the hood or inside the cab? I need some ideas on this because I want it to be easily accessible and somewhat easy to wire up. Pics of your mounting locations would be awesome. Any advice is much appreciated.