Just installed a cargo cover in the Silver Brick. Relatively easy, but you have to get over the trauma of drilling some ginormous holes in the cargo area side panels. The instructions are quite thorough. All necessary hardware is included and clearly marked. It took me about two hours, but I went very slowly and took pictures along the way. Didn't want to take up too much real estate posting all of the photos here, but you can find them in Geezer's Cargo Cover Gallery at ItsMyScion.com- http://www.itsmyscion.com/Geezer/photo/4937/1
Step by step notes from my installation:
1- Flip the rear seats down and take everything except the spare out of the cargo area. I used a long extension and 10mm deep socket to get to the screws in the bottom of the storage pockets.
2- Remove the trim piece across the bottom of the hatch. The clips were a little different than shown in the instructions, but it pops off quite easily.
3- Remove the tie-down bracket and pull the side panel away. It grips a little more securely and takes more effort. It’s tempting to start at the bottom, but squeeze your fingers in at the top and pull towards the center of the car. You don’t completely remove the side panels.
4- There are two pre-cut drilling templates that need to be taped to the panel to mark the hole locations. You use the same templates on either side.
5- The templates index to some tabs on the top of the panel, so placement is well defined. I used the tip of a Philips screwdriver to mark the hole centerlines.
6- Instructions specify metric hole dimensions. I used the closest American Standard equivalent. DON’T USE DULL DRILL BITS. Drill three 1/8” pilot holes at the marked locations. Then drill the rear hole with a 15/64” bit (1/4” is probably okay), and the front two holes with (gasp!) a 1-5/8” hole saw (1-1/2” is probably okay).
7- Go slow…the drill bits are liable to snag some insulation as you’re drilling.
8- Install the supplied grommets, mount the bracket to the side panel, pop the side panel back in place and repeat the process on the other side. Flip the template over and use the back side to drill the second set of holes.
9- The clips used to attach the lift cords fit into notches on either side of the rear window. I used a wooden block and tapped it (carefully) into position with a hammer.
10- The cover snaps onto pins on the brackets and has flaps that attach to the headrest bracket. If you don’t attach the lift cords, they just drop out of the way through holes in the cover.
Bingo! Vacuum up the shavings, put everything back together, close the hatch and all of your goodies are out of sight.