Well the tuner and antenna arrived in the FedEx truck today as expected. Boxes were in good shape and contained exactly what I had ordered from Dealerfit.com. I took the trunk apart again following the directions which I had recieved regarding the 2003-2004 model from nissanhelp.com. Its a good source to check for info. Its a little unnerving to pop apart the plastic and I didnt get all the plugs back in where they came from, as they came from under the trim someplace. Anyway I ended up installing the antenna inside the car, on the Z strut that goes across the back of the trunk. I put it on the right side of the car where it can "see" upward thru the rear glass. The plug was where its supposed to be on the right side and I pluged the N-BUS harness into it, then into the tuner. The antenna pluged into a splitter and the splitter plugs into the tuner. I put all the plastic back and "waalaa" there was music. If your a little older like me, the sound of the Bose system and speakers is just fine, and now I can listen to the 60's on channel 6 with no problems. Now when you turn on the radio and punch the radio button, it goes from AM, FM1, FM2, SR1, SR2. That gives me 12 spots to program for the Sirius radio. Test drive shows no problems with antenna mounted on the rear strut. The antenna I used was the big sirius antenna that should have been mounted on the roof , and was too big to put under the plastic molding like someone else had. I have photos if anyone is interested along with the download of the directions from nissanhelp.com. The only draw back to the deal was the cost of the tuner. I bought the 999U9-NV0004 tuner but think now that I could have saved about $100 by buying the newer model tuner from trophynissan.com. Its got a different part number but must be the same thing.