For a while the missus has wanted an Ipod connector in the A3 and finally got round to sorting one out. Decided on going for the Dension kit after reading good reviews on this forum. I got the Symphony II headunit so i bought Dension GW16AC2 gateway 100 which has also text output on the DIS. I paid £127 for it which also included the Ipod docking kit however i only used the cable. Anyway fitting it was really easy. I'll start from the beginning. I rang Audi first to see if they could remove my headunit for me as i didn't have the proper release keys (and i have read that the ebay ones are ****). I was put through to the workshop supervisor and he said i could nip it down and they'd do it there and then, however as i wasn't able to get down to the dealership until the next day and as he was finishing that day for xmas he said he would drop the release keys off at my work and i could pop them down when i finished with them. So 30mins later security rang and said someone had dropped off some stereo keys! Hows that for service?! So back to the fitting of the kit. Firstly there is an earth lead on the kit which needs to be connected up so i soldered a ring connector on it. Next was to release the stereo from the dash - with the proper keys it was soooooo easy! I then removed the glovebox inorder to feed the ipod docking cable through - this depends on where you want to store your ipod, i like mine hidden away. I drilled a hole just big enough for the cable to fit through. Pull out the stereo. The wiring harness is quite long so you can pull the stereo out enough to rest it near the gear knob. I then removed the bolt shown in the picture on the bottom right hand side, i used this as an earthing point for the Dension kit, replace the bolt with the earth connected. Remove the plug from the stereo and replace it with the red connector from the Dension kit, the plug you have just removed then goes into the other part of the dension kit. Connect the Ipod docking cable to the dension box and tuck the box away so that the stereo can go back in. Put the stereo back in place but don't push it home yet as its best to check if everything works ok before having to release the stereo out the dash if its not working as it should. Refit the glovebox and stereo once you are happy with it. Here's mine finished. Track names are displayed on the DIS and i can use the buttons and scrolly things on the steering wheel to control the tracks, albums etc. Overall really really pleased with it as it was easy to fit (45min job in the dark) and it works really well. Best thing is that it displays all the track names etc. Price is quite steep for the kit but its good quality and does what it says so well worth it.