I got around to trimming the wires, marking them, and crimping the pins on for the other firewall CPC. I didn't add the LSE ignition leads yet; I'll do that harness as a unit later and add the leads to this CPC.
Phil Cobbin dropped off the access plates for the overhead console that he machined. In Image 2 you can see the oxygen stations positioned with the panel; they are at the perfect depth once the click-bond studs are put in position. Image 3 shows that the rear panel is about 1/2" above the rear seat oxygen stations; I marked the location to glass in a pad of foam to which I will bond studs. The forward panel also has the holes for the forward lighting and both panels have cutouts for the switches. I was thinking I would have to attach the lighting relays to the panels as well but it actually makes more sense to put studs in the cabin top and attach them there; I spent some time marking the locations to make sure they would not interfere with anything, including the GPS antennae. Next is to position those antennae and then do any glassing necessary to mount equipment before attaching the oxygen plumbing and overhead wiring.