I have installed custom systems an many trucks, so I am not a novice. This is a truck specific box at a premium price, so I expected a harness that was long enough to reach the radio compartment. The power on lead was short and had to be spliced. Fishing the volume control through the truck body was a nightmare. MTX should have put a plug on the end. Even though I loosened the pot, it still works ok. Fit was clean in the plastic storage bin but you might want to pull them out and RTV glue them to the bulkhead first. All my plastics in the rear rattle to the point of irritation. (will be re-doing that) Crutchfield has 300 watts advertised - the box it shipped in says 200 watts. A call to MTX ... tech said it had 300 watt amp. based on the sound output... 200 sounds right. Base is boomy and not as clean as I would have expected for a sealed enclosure. My head unit has sub outputs and I still had to set the gain to max and the external dash pot to max to get enough sound. ( I like tight bass rock and jazz - not hip hop boom) Lastly, the thing makes a big thunk 2 seconds after the power is shut off. I've had and MTX box for my double cab F-150 and it was awesome - - I Regret buying this one.
Pros: Pretty - Nice fiberglass box - fits like a glove
Cons: Boomy sound, Short harness wire, poor design of remote volume control- difficult to fish without damage, paid for 300W got 200W amp, thunk 2 seconds after shutoff.