I tapped into the driver front foot-well power and installed a blue LED to illuminate underneath the center console. I used a NEO5-B twist lock instrument cluster LED from superbrightLEDs.com, the lens housing of which fit perfectly into the hole that exists in the bottom of the shifter housing. I did shave off one side of the twist lock base to fit flush with the plastic guide that holds the two halves of the instrument housing together. I ran the wiring through the dash and over to the foot-well connector on the driver's side. I am pretty happy with the result. The lighting reflects more off the tray insert I have, so it appears brighter in the pic, although it is the same brightness as the foot-wells. Same color, too, plus they they all dim out when the timer goes out. I drove around tonight and the lighting is not distracting --- more light is coming out from the NAV display than anything else. I'm not so happy with the fact that I dinged the armrest and scratched the illuminated door sill because I wasn't paying attention to what I was doing while working on the car. I also swapped out the glove box LED with the same NEO5-B blue LED. (I know it's only a matter of time before I go after the center console, A/C display, etc., lights and swap them out with blue as well. ) The last pic also shows the rear foot-well lighting I installed using the same LEDs and tapping into the foot-well connectors up front.