Today I finished a project I've been intending to do after transporting my yellow Lab a few times and suffering major dog hair contamination of the black carpet that lines the trunk/hatchback. Basically, as my dog's hair is tan, I decided that lining the trunk in tan carpet would do a much better job of hiding most of the hair. I also concluded that good lab hair management also required lining the entire space. As the carpet I chose has a longer nylon pile it tends to attract the hair and keep it from floating around. To start the project I ordered the US Trunk liner (it's made of semi-rigid plastic) and assembled it. It didn't fit very well so I spent a lot of time trimming it and taping it together with duct tape to make for a better fit. BTW, if your tempted to buy the US Trunk liner, be prepared for some major work getting it to fit. Mine was not very well made. However, the liner does serves well as a semi-rigid base for the carpet, giving it stiffness on the sides and back and providing a good surface to attach it to using double sided carpet tape. Today I finished cutting, trimming, and installing the carpet. Here are a few photos of the finished project. The sides in the rear can be folded out providing access to the storage spaces on both sides. The photos were shot in bright sunlight so the contrast is a bit extreme. I've also attached a photo of the lab. She's a real sweetheart, named Button. All I have to do now is shoot a few photos of the her in the back.