I made some minor improvements to the way the LED's are connected to the chassis wiring.
First I re-routed the wires to the front right corner of the sub from the right rear corner to get it closer to where the trunk light tap was located. It is hard to peel the glue off, but was able to slice it parallel to the wires and peel the wire out and then use a razor to remove the old glue. Much more tenaciousness than I figured it would be. It is very helpful to use some small strips of tape to hold the wire in position while hot-gluing and waiting for it to cool. Allows you to position the wires exactly where you want them, and then just go and drop a blob of glue between each tape piece. When cooled, just peel the tapes off and admire your creativity!
Then I added a 2 pole weatherpak connector. This end is actually mounted on the sub wires and the end showing in the above picture is on the chassis wiring. This is because the female socket has the provision for mounting it to the chassis with one of those nylon push fasteners for a very original looking install. Makes it easy to remove the sub in the future. You need a type W crimper to properly crimp the terminals to the wires.
Then for good measure, I installed 5 of these neoprene washers to cushion between the sub feet and the underside of the package deck. No rattles and the sounds are great.
Here's a pic of a washer installed. I also added some red locktight to the bolt threads for extra security under heavy bass use.
And one more of the completed connector installed in an existing hole in the rear deck over the right rear wheelwell.
All of these pics are here: http://s1267.photobucket.com/albums/.../Trunk%20LEDs/
Got some parts coming for an underhood LED light. I will post mod after I get it installed this weekend.