A new project I got the idea for today - a permanently mounted power inverter in the blank panel above the passenger airbag switch. I bought a compact sized 100W power inverter with one household outlet and one USB charging outlet. once i got home, i opened it out and figured it out. My plan - cut a hole in the truck's blank panel and use epoxy to mount the faceplate into the panel. To make everything match, I will probably have to fill, smooth, and paint this front panel afterward. I will then use some epoxy and whatever else i might need to mount the internal components behind the faceplate. It has a power switch with a blue LED behind (will match my blue LED dash lights). I will route this switch to the small panel beside the airbag switch and cut a hole out. I will mount it using epoxy and whatever small hardware i might need. For the wiring, I will wire another 12V outlet hidden behind the dash. I will power it by a relay switched by accessory power wiring on my remote start (works at all running times) and powered by a splice from one of the 3 existing 12v outlets. The end result - I will have permanently mounted 120v and USB power in the dash that looks like it came with the truck. For those who haven't noticed, i like things to look like they belong in the truck.