Wow, thanks guys for all the responses, and all the compliments.
I'm not on my computer right now, so I don't have a lot of a time but will try to answer a few of your questions.
The seats were really easy, I can get some pictures later, and I'll draw you a pretty paint picture of the diagram. Basically just a 30amp fused circuit.
The bezel was out of an explorer, and yes, the fog light switches are interchangeable. I took out the rear defroster cuz I don't need it, put in a second switch for aux lights later. Maybe when I get a bull bar Ill put lights on it and use that switch.
Marie - I didn't put the ipod through the cup holder because I wanted.. 1) The iPod to be away from anything that I might put in the cup-holders, and 2) Hidden from people seeing it. With it under the armrest its hidden, and it won't hinder any cup holder cubbys
And haha, smakes is right you can't die seats downey... but you can dye the seats. If you look closely under the console, you can see the tan it used to be. I talked to people who dye couches after repairs and they recomended dyes for seats. I used it, and it worked amazing. I tested on a piece of leather and couldn't scratch it off even when I tried. I have no doubt they will hold up well. Some guys on explorerforums have done their seats too. I can link up the site when I get home.