In the 360 and the Stradale, the center console is mounted on a raised area that runs from front to back. That is an ideal spot to mount some data aquisition equipment. But that raises some questions: I assume under the carpet is aluminum... true? So aluminum screws should be compatible with it? How thick is that aluminum? Can it take the stress of having something screw-mounted into it? How close to the top surface is the stuff that's running through it? How long a screw should I use? Or should I not be screw-mounting anything on top of that? Further, I want to mount a lap timer display and GPS antenna to the dash... bringing up similar questions: What's the top and face of the dash (under the Alcantara) made of? How thick is that material? Can I screw-mount into it? Anything to watch out hitting underneath? What's the best spot to mount the timer display? Anyone done this? Pics? What's the best spot to mount a GPS antenna? Top of dash against the windshield? Maybe right in front of the driver, centered with the steering column, so it looks like it belongs? Issues? Recommendations? Thanks!