The car is completely finished now! I opted for an android head unit and I am so glad I chose it over a traditional head unit. Photo session turned into a video game session! The vafc2 and steering wheel remote receiver are mounted in the cubby under the head unit in a custom 3d printed mounting bracket to enable visual alignment to the view from the driver's seat. I installed these steering wheel controls and all of the buttons work (correct signal voltage). I got one initially that had wrong voltages and only half of the buttons worked. I had to get the correct one for this particular head unit. These look and fit much better so I am glad that they are the correct ones. I also have the wideband installed on the a pillar. The dashcam is hardwired and can be integrated into the head unit via USB. I opted to only hardwire it and run it on a standalone basis. I have also wired a rear view camera that turns on when I shift the car into reverse. The USB cables are routed through the center console and I can lean on the armrest while playing video games as the lid closes with clearance for the cables. These are USB extension cables, one with the standard USB female connection and the other with a USB-C connection. When I am finished using them, they coil up cleanly into the center console.