Pix to follow - but in the mean time you will have to use your imagination The external trans filter was removed, so I could install the new cooler set up. The factory lines were scuffed with a green scrubby to get them smooth and clean. I then measured and marked the locations for cuts - the second time was the charm. I had to rebend some of the factory cooling lines, just make sure they are bent around something, otherwise they will kink. The thermostat is between the oil to water cooler (in the radiator) and the oil to air cooler installed in front of the AC Condenser. I used the condenser mounting bracket, and one of the existing holes - only had to drill one hole. There is a welded lip that helps align the new bracket - pure luck. The bracket is diamond tread (what else?), and the rubber isolators are used to hold the bracket in place. Blue lock-tite was used, along with the washer, lockwasher and nut. The thermostat is connected via the rubber isolators, and the trans side is 37* flare fittings, sleeves and 6 AN tube nuts. This allows for some movement/vibration and that won't disturb the thermostat or mount. The opposite end that goes to the cooler is 90* end to Russell nylon braided hose to straight ends that attach to the cooler. Hose assembly is simple, just watch that you don't scratch the aluminum ends - if so, Sharpie(r) to the rescue! Nylon braided line, while not as flashy as braided stainless, is MUCH easier to assemble, the keys are assembly lube and clean cuts. Test drive was uneventful (my favorite!), 40+ miles, no leaks. At the 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and end marks, I stopped and checked temperatures. The fluid wasn't moving through the T-Stat until the 3/4 mark, the external temp of the T-Stat was 97*, the inlet to the cooler (bottom) was 97* and the top of the cooler (output) was 62*. The factory cooler was good for a 20* temperature drop, this one appears to be good for at least 35*. Wow. Will evaluate and watch for leaks. Tomorrow is data logging to compare to the previous runs on the same course, same loads and speeds. Will post the results here, but the picture will be in the appropriate threads above. As of new? AN hose and fittings are the "bomb!" Clean install, outstanding look and (so far) 100% leak-free.