Managed to get the BMR shelf and 2610 installed over the weekend. Was fairly straight forward with good instructions from both BMR and the LT pages to get a few tricks.
Added one I hadn't seen either, I didn't like the fact that the Garmin bike-mount screws/locknuts could be seen easily, so I glued some black tyre valve caps onto them to hide them.
What I haven't worked out though is the audio connections, and this is the same problem I had with trying to get the music output through my autocomm on my previous bike, ie, lack of knowledge to do it properly!!
Think I suffer ground-loops problems, so will call my Autocomm suplier and see what its going to cost me to get his pricey bits to sort it out.
Anyway, ran it on the bike for the first time this morning on my way to work, not really distracting at all, and I like the fact that I had a better idea of my actual speed all the time, as I go through a few 40kph school zones!
The other think I think I may have done wrong is put the garmin wire back through the hole next to the map light without enlarging the hole. After I snapped it back in I realised I wouldn't be able to get the screwdriver back in to pop it out again!!!
Oh well, live and learn....
If anyone knows any simple non-autocomm (ie non-expensive) ways to get around the ground loop issue, I'm all ears!!!