I can only say taking on something like this was way beyond my expectations.
Its not an easy job, but the reward was there in the end. I have a lot of scars to prove that manufactured plastic and metal brackets are sharp.
To remove the dash was about a 2 hour job (not Rushing) with time to stop and photo all of the wire connections and outlets.
Two man job to safely lift the dash away.
Using the new loom, i traced the positions of the old and followed the direction, right to left.
Renault suggest removing the front doors, but not necessary if you have the correct tools.
The loom runs from drivers door connection to the passengers door connection and includes the fuse box and cables to the rear of the car (under passenger seat).
There is a lot of things to take into consideration, such as air bag removal, steering wheel and combination removal, as well as side trims, seats, console, floor carpet etc.
All in all the job started at 9.30 and i was driving the car at around 4.30 the same day.
The final result was worth it, would i do it again, sure with a bit more know how it makes it a lot easier.
I now have a top deck screen, with RS program, sat nav and of course blue tooth, and because it came out of a rb8 vehicle, its starts with Redbull logo on the screen.
Its always a great feeling when you are asked to enter the Radio code and it all starts up.
The only problem i came across was the clock was loosing time very quickly, did a factory default rest and fixed.
Any one that feels they need to know more, please contact me for any further info....