I am wanting to add a MP3 system in my 46 Ford coupe, and do not want any of it to be seen. I have read a ton of options on doing this: stand alone units, modified original radios, etc. What do you guys like (or do not like) about some of these? Do some work better then others? For speakers, I really do not want them visible, I was thinking of doing two small speakers that would go where the single stock speaker went...or can I use just one? I am NOT a radio/electronic guru at all so please bear with me, has anyone ever found small speakers that sound decent? I am not looking at blowing the glass out of the car, just something that sounds decent and it will probably play oldies for the most part anyways. What about a complete stand alone unit that is wireless and charges in an outlet? You can just toss it in the car when you want it, nothing hooks up in the car. So I guess I am asking for help and opinions. What set ups did you guys like? How/where did you mount your speakers? I am not opposed to mounting two in the package tray, but DO NOT want any front speakers in the doors or kick panels. I have owned a lot of old cars, but never had one with a music system. I plan on taking this car on a lot of trips, and although hearing the engine humming is all some guys need, it would be nice to hear some music once in a while.