I just got a Cobb Accessport. Aside from the main functionality of flashing the PCM, the Accessport can also act as a boost guage, shift light and performance computer so it is what a lot of people are looking for in an interior upgrade. The easy way to mount it is to use the supplied adhesive backed ball but I don't like ~permanent mounting that leaves a mark. The expensive way to mount it is to buy a mount and adapter from Proclip. A good option but I don't like either of the mounting positions. One mount is low on the dash board to the right which moves your eyes far from the road and the other mounts on the door and still moves your eyes a lot and I'm not left handed so that is a negative. Looking at the layout of the interior, I think the position that makes the most sense is between the right hand side of the steering wheel and the MFT screen, pushed up high enough that your eyes don't have to move that far off the road but not so high that it blocks anything beside a view of your dash. Put it about 4-5" forward of the steering wheel so that it is easily reachable but not getting in the way. So now I know where I want to put it but how to mount it? I discovered that the mounting cradle has an Arkon double T to 17mm ball mount. With a little searching I found a lot of workable options but most involve suction cups or sticky things. I'm looking for something better. If I find it, I'll post about it. If you know of something, tell us.