Since I was pulling everything apart, I decide to move the loud speaker as well. The Bayou Goat mount I purchased was clearly not built for the weight of the Yaesu MLS-200-M10. If I had ordered the "triple mount", I may have been OK as it appears to lay flat on top of the console, while the "single mount" I ordered is entirely supported by one leg on a flexible cross member. It bounced around quite a bit and was fairly distracting. There is quite a bit of room behind the center console under the screen. In addition, there is a little storage near the bottom with a "ceiling" that slopes back into the console. The "ceiling" is not visible from the front seats, so I decided to drill it full of holes and mount the speaker to drive down towards it. In the picture below, the storage area is holding my sunglasses. There is quite a bit more depth to it. In the second picture you can see it from the back, full of holes. There was a handy cross-member below the radio screen that I used to mount the speaker. The bottom half is just plastic, but the top two holes I had to drill through a metal support (which is great - the speaker is heavy and I was worried about the plastic holding it). I was a little nervous putting it all back together, but everything went together perfectly. I do need to drive it at a higher volume level, but it's not as bad as when it was installed under the seat. Overall, I think I am happy with the current state of affairs. The antenna looks great and works great too. It seemed like reception is better than with the 1/4 wave mag mount I was using previously.