Just keep in mind the speaker break in period, and using something to create a "funnel" between speaker and door panel if you don't rip up the old one and use it as a frame. I preferred to keep the original speakers intact, so I did it the harder way, by using a 6.5 inch by 1/2 in spacer to bring it out from the panel, then cut a long strip of closed cell foam and wrapped it around the speaker, taped it so it made a 'funnel', then installed the door panel. Most people just gut the OEM speaker and use it as a frame to mount the new speaker to. Just different ways to skin a cat.This is the "setup" I went with. They should be here within the week. Install is a whole another story haha. Thank you for the suggestions as always!