Wiring progresses. Not as hard as it looks, or sounds. But it takes time - at least it's taking me time. Having all the wires marked is making it easer, but I still spend a fare amount of time scratching my head and wondering if I'v got it right. The horn is a perfect example. The wiring harness has a "horn" wire that's part of the front wires. But it's one wire, the horn has 2 spade connectors. After staring at it, and double checking both the diagram form Rebel and the factory schematic I was left clueless. A quick call to Rebel - on a weekend solved the problem - just run a ground to the other post. The fuse block has a relay for the horn and it's triggered with the ground wire that you run up the column. Rebel also let me know they would be at the workshop late this week, so calling after 8:00pm would probably get some one that could answer a question. That is customer service! So the horn is wired, along with the lights on the grill. I added a relay upgrade to the harness for the head lights. And ran dedicated ground wires to each corner of the harness. Not sure if I'v got this part right or not. So feel free to comment and point me in the right direction. The battery positive (+) will run to the starter solenoid, with a branch wire running to the circuit breaker. The breaker is rated to trip at 100 Amp. From the breaker, power runs to the buss and then to the main power wire in the harness as well as a dedicated 12 gauge wire that runs to a fusible link and then to the headlight relays. (Also have a 30 Amp breaker mounted next to the headlight relays) The dedicated ground wires also originate from the buss. When a ground is needed, I pealed back the insulation and soldered on a wire to run out as a ground. I mounted the buss behind the battery to try to keep everything clean. Im planning on using a gel battery - if I understand correctly they don't gas off like normal batteries. So it should limit the potential corrosion on the buss. The circuit barker mounts just to the side of the battery. A little look at building the conduit. Couldn't find the parts to rebuild the bulb sockets. So I played around with some solder… Seems to have worked well. Last but not least, if you are looking for one of these. NAPA has them but finding them in the system is a bit of a PITA. Just ask them to look up 2-1000.