This item enables Accord 7th Generation owners to install a single or double DIN head unit towards the upper part of the centre console. It also comes with integrated HVAC controls, meaning you can bin your factory head unit altogether. If you look on the Metra website, it's only advertised for Accords that don't have factory navigation. However, mine does and it's broken so I thought "what the hell" and bought one anyway! I also bought a brand new Pioneer mechless head unit at the same time: Good points The kit comes with everything you need. First up, there's the fascia itself which appears to be well-made and not the usual poor quality plastic construction you find with so many of these kits. There are components to enable you to fit a single or double DIN head unit. If fitting the former, a plastic pocket is included so that you have storage space too. You also get a wiring harness that connects to your 20-pin head unit connector. The other end are bare wires that you need to crimp or solder to the wires going to the back of your head unit's ISO connector. I decided to solder mine and protect them with heat shrink material. Included in the box is a set of comprehensive instructions in both English and Spanish, complete with detailed diagrams. They even tell you, in great detail, which wires from the fascia harness connect to the corresponding ones from your car's wiring harness. The colours of the HVAC temperature display are also customisable, and the buttons are illuminated (as long as you connect the relevant wire to the one on the 20-pin Honda connector). The instructions describe how to do this. Bad points No good product review would have any weight unless the negative points were also discussed, and I'm afraid to say there are a few with this product. First, I must mention the "elephant in the room" so to speak: the price! I bought this kit off a seller on eBay brand new for £188.95. In fact, this fascia cost me more than my head unit! The second bad point about this fascia is fitment. To be fair, it could be more an issue with my head unit size than the kit itself. In a nutshell, I had to cut away some of the trim around the head unit opening to squeeze it through the gap. One final negative point is the HVAC controls on my kit aren't working 100% right. My kit seems to think it's in a LHD car (it's an American kit after all) and so this is an issue where I'll need to get clarification from Metra over in the USA. The good news is that the fascia firmware that drives the HVAC controls can get updated via USB, so I might find they can offer a fix for my issue. Conclusion If you're after a well-made fascia panel that incorporates HVAC controls, and you don't want to fit your head unit underneath the factory one, this kit is for you. However, its styling isn't to everyone's tastes.