Okay so I purchased a backup camera that should work nicely for my 2010 Tesla Roadster 2.0– it will replace the light above the license plate. I’m waiting for some crimp connectors since I am out... figure I’ll tackle install in the coming days here once that arrives. And perfect time then for me to ask for help... My varied questions thus far.... 1 - Where did folks grab 12V power for their backup cameras? With the length of wire provided to me it really wouldn’t be that difficult to just run it up to the head unit and get power near there. But is there a better 12V power source nearer to the back of the car? 2 - What route did you use for getting the wires from the rear of the car to the radio? This is key/vital for the RCA video signal obviously, even if 12V can be sourced elsewhere, I still need to run video from back to front. Photos/links to help here would be paramount! 3 - For purpose of signal wiring, I’m assuming there is no easy way to grab REVERSE? Or did people find a “reverse signal wire” somewhere? I’m guessing that most folks were using the reverse lights and just tapping into those? I swear I had seen some thread or two about a resistor issue there too but never actually saved the post so now of course I can’t find it... haha... Thanks in advance for any help that can be provided. There are plenty of local stereo shops that could do this for me, but i’ve Done bigger projects before— the only hard part here is that the interior trim and wire routing isnt as obvious as other cars i’ve worked on before. Ciao!