I suppose i'll get right to it. It's a basic FM connector, similar to what some of us were using built-in to the radios back in 2005 and 2006. It's a basic install. All you do is replace your regular car kit with the power connect dock and power plug, and you're good to go. A big thing for me was the ability to keep the factory installed FM radio, which I am able to do with the Power Connect. Yes, you do have to find a suitable FM frequency on which to broadcast your Sirius radio. Yes, you do run the chance of static and other interference. I have something weird going on with my wipers. Whenever I run them, I run the chance of hearing some sort of interference through the speakers. It's not a whole lot, though. I'm sure if I wanted to, I could install something to fight the wiper interference. It's less than $50 (before shipping), but the ability to deter thieves with a factory-installed car radio is worth the cost of not having to replace my radio with one that has aux-input AND run the chance of someone smashing my window. SIRIUS PowerConnect Vehicle Dock and Power Adapter TSS-Radio SIRIUS PowerConnect Vehicle Docking Kit -- They'll even take $2 off for an open box item.