Replaced the stocker in my 2011 F150 Scab (single disc with dealer installed sirius).
This was installed by a local shop as I did not want to fool with the FRST and Axxess modules to retain sync steering wheel controls, and thank god for that.
This is a tip for those in 2011 model year trucks, you may need to flash the FRST module to get the steering wheel controls to work. Took them a couple of hours of dealing with customer support on the module before figuring out that an update was needed for it to work properly on 2011's. I hated to see the center led display go, but I got over it perry quickly.
Thankfully it got straightened out. So many cool features to this stereo. I've got a dvd, usb sick and sd card all plugged in loaded with movies music and pictures (for the custom splash screen) as well as sirius. I don't think I'll run short of media.
Here is a pic of the head unit:
Here is something I added this afternoon. :
I hate the look of the magnetic antenna (no matter how well you do it, there is always a little wire showing) so I picked up a marine sirius antenna (SRA-25). It's the closest you can get to a factory style antenna since it requires a hole to mount. As I will never be using AM/FM I removed the antenna. It's the PERFECT spot so mount the SRA-25. It covers the radio antenna mounting holes very nicely. I painted the antenna black since it only comes in a glossy white (as do all other marine sirius antenna). There is also a small rubber plug in the firewall that is perfectly located for running the antenna wire through to the Sirius tuner. I just punch a small hole in the plug and ran it on through.