Following instructions have been UPDATED-- Hopefully this little guide helps someone out thats wanting to do these. Not the simplest fitment, but not exactly complex by any means. So recently I posted in auslancer FB page on some hsv map lights i fitted to my little unit. Next thing i see is a few are going out and grabbing them to throw them in, as they are quite convenient. First things first, I have not gotten the independent map lights to work at this point, only have gotten them to work as a whole. To note, in order to fit them, you will need to cut into your roof, but they are a very snug fit to a CE. whats needed: Commo map light (VY-VZ) Sheet tin Wires Solder and iron First up, you will need to make a template of the map lights to be able to cut the space out of the roof, take not of the 4 tabs, 2 at the front and 1 each side, don't cut the spaces out, but instead you will need to use these to push the roof lining into when your'e finishing up. Best template I found was a large piece of cardboard and line draw the inside shape of the map lights. Once done making the template line it up on the roof, roughly 20mm back from where the lining drops to allow for the sunvisors (refer to images), line it onto the roof and then cut away with a clean and sharp razor blade, at this point its handy to test fit the map light and make sure the hole is the right size, it wont push all the way in though because of the 4 tabs. Next order of business is the mounting bracket Now everyone is going to mount there map lights in a slightly different position to everyone else so this part will be slightly different for everyone. Your going to want roughly 100mm x100mm of sheet tin, for strength i would suggest min 1.5mm thick so you may require an angle grinder. my back edge (closest to the windscreen) is 60mm wide with my front edge at 110mm wide, the reason for this was to match it to the curve in the roof pillar and make it easier to line up, at 20mm in from the back edge a 120 degree angle is needed, in order to keep the map lights pulled nicely to the roof, drill holes into the new mounting bracket then mark and punch these holes into the roof pillar once getting your bracket as central and as snug as possible. Drill into the roof pillar being careful not to go ANY deeper than 20mm, then mount the bracket into these holes, mount the map lights again and mark where your screws will need to hold the map light into place. This goes easier if you have already cut the guide hole into the bracket, I achieved this by putting wet paint on the map lights guide and then pushing it into the bracket to get its position and then measuring out a 20mmx60mm hole based on its central point. Take your mounting back out and drill out your holes (drill your holes in the car if you dare) at this point your mounting should be done. To keep it short and sweet here, you will need to adjust the wires inside the map light unit itself, so cut the plug. positive + permanent will go to the green wires , the switch has a blue, yellow and red wires. Blue will be door signal, yellow is main earth and the red is out and into the lights. Once you have the unit wired in, mount it up and enjoy, when i done mine I completely removed the original dome light as part of a retrim and because it seemed completely pointless.