Here's what my battery tray looks like right now after my first night of working on it. It's TIG welded aluminum. That triangular piece will get welded in, it's just to keep the battery from sliding. There will be other plates welded in on the other end to do the same thing. This will bolt in where the OEM jack bracket is. So the battery will be unseen and you can access it using the little door if you need to jump start. I realize I screwed up on some of the offests to make it fit right, so I'll have to weld some more squares, like the one on the bottom left, to that vertical bar on the left. I'm also going to weld a triangular brace behind that larger flat vertical plate to help transfer some of the stress from where that rear triangular brace is, back onto that vertical piece. It feels pretty solid and will easily support the battery, but when you're driving a car, hitting speed bumps and potholes static weight ceases to be static. So it's going to be overbuilt, but mostly because I have no other means to support that back right corner. I'm going to use a regular "J" hold down for the battery, but I'll make a shorter top bar out of aluminum stock. I figure this thing will probably weigh a bit more than the jack bracket did but I'm not going to compromise the structural integrity of this bracket just to save a few ounces on weight. I'll have it done next Monday night most likely and I'll mount it up with the battery in it so you all can see how it'll look. I won't be running the wiring to put this in for a month or two though. If the sorry ass link doesn't work then I guess you have to wait a day or so and it'll work. Imagestation sucks ass anymore, but I've yet to find any other free image hosting place that gives you anywhere near as much storage space. I've got 36MB of images stored there, most places give you like 5mb.