I am getting my Blackvue 650 installed professionally on Friday. I'd like to be able to give my installer pretty detailed instructions. I have done a lot of research here, and I think I've read just about all the threads on installation. Unless I have missed something, I think pretty much everyone, when installing the rear camera, does one of two things: 1) Wind up with a little cable showing, as described in the Telarati article linked to and excerpted below. 2) Work the cable through the boot/sleeve to the lift gate, but then drill a hole in the aluminum to allow the cable to pass through. I am wondering if anyone has successfully mounted the camera with no cable showing, and without drilling any holes. For example, I'm told it should, theoretically be possible to do this if one were willing to take enough panels off, etc. I'm just wondering if anyone has actually done that or not. This is the "jumping the gap" method, as described in the Teslarati article: Tesla Model S BlackVue HD Dashcam Installation Guide - TESLARATI.com "Because the wire is black and relatively unnoticeable, I decided to just jump the gap with the cable. The cable is hardly noticeable with the hatch open and completely invisible when closed. It is the only place throughout the entire install where you’ll catch a small glimpse of the wire if you know to look for it. I’m very picky about clean installs yet this hasn’t bothered me a bit." If faced with the choice of having a small amount of cable visible only when the hatch is open, or having a hole drilled in my car, I'm going to opt for seeing a little cable. But since I'm paying a professional, I'd prefer not to see any cable if a cleaner install is possible. Thanks!