Installing a Pioneer AVIC F700BT Nav/Radio in my 2002 Tahoe. 700BT is cool unit. Has some downs but works good and runs off Microsoft CE so it can be hacked. The AVIC forum is already full of all kinds of cool hacks and mods. Now this is a double DIN unit, so it is not going to fit my '02 DIN and a half bezel. There are 2 ways you can get around this. 1. Use an '03-'07 Bezel, but you will have to trim around the a/c controls and the ashtray and power plug slot wont open. 2. Hack up your stock bezel and remold using scrap pieces, plastic welding solvent and bumper repair epoxy. I'm going to go with option 2 and hope to make it look very "factory" First off you will have trim out most of the back of the radio box. I used an old hack saw blade held in fingers. Stuff cuts really easy and will actually break off easy once you get a little cut and score going. Very weak plastic/fiberglass stuff. Next got a head unit install kit from Best Buy and took the little plastic side clips off and screwed them to the side of the unit using small pieces of plywood to space it out just right. Slid right in and clips into factory postion with some careful measuring and trimming. Now to wire it up. Nothing special there. Just find your wires and splice. Most of my set-up was already custom wired from previous aftermarket radio back to my amps and stuff. Now I will remold the bezel ........... stay tuned.