I agree. Also, can you provide some instruction as to how you tapped in the AUX and the power? Is it easiest to remove the whole HU to do this?
Just got home, here are a couple pictures of the finished product...I don't want to rip everything apart again, but I can walk you through anything you would need to know...
It's pretty simple, you can just pop the bezel around the radio/ac off easily with a flathead screwdriver. There is a clip on the back of the aux port that you can just pop off and splice into those wires which are essentially speaker wires and you still have your AUX port up front. There is no reason to physically remove the head unit itself.
As far as power goes, I just tapped into the left and right cigerette lighter adapters, the left one for power all the time and the right for on/off with the ignition.
As far as the wire from the monitor, I just snaked it though the ceiling, down the plastic where the seatbelt is and under the passengers seat. You don't even have to remove the center console, if you remove the rear cupholders (they just pop out) you have access to the back of the inside of the armrest. I just cut a little hole down near the bottom with a dremel and pulled the monitor wire through.
On the monitor, I took off the thick plastic piece because I wanted it to fit as close to flush as possible. In it's place, I picked up a matching rubber gasket to put around to even things out. The rear console is slightly bowed, and I didn't want gaps.
I put it sideways so I could keep the rear lights. It spins into a normal viewing postion...You can put it straight if you want, but you'll have to do a little more cutting and lose your rear lights. You would also have to fill in the indentations left behind. For attachment, I took out the rear bin, cut out the front part of the black plastic piece of the inside of the bin and extended the hole in the console to fit the monitor with a dremel. Attached the monitor mount to the black plastic piece (I know that's not going anywhere) and then simply attached the monitor to its mount.
Hope this helps, again, if you have any questions, I'll be glad to answer them...