Popped up to see @Simes today, and he showed me how to pull all the centre of the dash, and helped fit the dashcam and grom audio kit... He's a lovely bloke and explained everything as we went. I'd feel confident I could pull it all out next time if my back would be cooperative for long enough. Got there at 10:45 and left around 2:40. Tested out the grom kit, was able to stream internet radio through the car system, connected phone to blutooth dongle and tested out receiving a call... it's not perfect, but it's better than nothing. Just need to read the instructions properly and find out which buttons on the steering activate what features on the phone. My phone is a MotoG 2nd Generation, so it's a 2014 model... and I think it may simply not be quite powerful enough with a 1.2ghz quad core CPU and only 1.5 or 2GB ram... Was thinking of getting the Wileyfox Storm which has been getting rave reviews and can be picked up for less than £200 when it's better than phones costing twice that... I don't do contracts and buy my phones outright, normally replacing them every 3-4yrs. I don't see the point of getting a new one every year as a fashion accessory or because it's the newest/latest model. Dashcam is working and recorded my drive home... Will probably check out the footage this evening and see if it needs adjusting. Got it hidden nicely behind the mirror so I can't even see it when driving and it's hard wired into the 12v socket so comes on/off with ignition. I only took one pic... and it's whilst Simes was in a compromising position... if he says it's OK to post... prepare for a chuckle. Whilst Simes was doing bits on mine, I swapped over a couple of bulbs on his for LED's... tested a blue LED puddle light on his, and a white ultra bright one on the other side... he'll see which he likes tonight... I left him with a load of 501 LEDs, enough to do his sidelights... about 5 white and5 blue... I also left him a load of micro LEDs for the dash switches... some in red and some in white... I just didn't know which ones were which, so left him half of both sets. He also showed me his nice sleek phone mount... after he called mine a hideous eyesore... and I have to agree it is nice and so easy to relocated... I may have to get one myself. So I have to say a massive thanks for giving up his Sunday and helping me out, it is much appreciated and if you are ever down this way... I will buy you a few beers. But for now... even thought it seemed like I did very little, my back is screaming out at me for painkillers and a lie down... and who am I to deny it that. Cheers Simes... you're a gent.