I've recently bought a 2003 Grand Caravan ES. This model comes with the "RBU" head unit, which contains the following: Built in single CD AM/FM Radio (obviously) Built in cassette Built in DVD (yay!) Remote control, and dual headphones for rear passengers and lastly, this unit is Sirius "ready" My question is this: What else is required to make this radio pull in Sirius radio? I've done some research, and I think I know what's needed. I am going to have to order in the parts, and until I know for sure what I need, I'm hesitating. This hesitation stems from the fact that I'm in Canada, and the required parts must be brought in from the US of A. My thoughts: If the head unit is Sirius ready, then I should need a Sirius tuner, and antenna, and some sort of install kit for the works. I've checked Chrysler's website and have come up with the 2 parts. 82206488AA Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver and Antenna Kit: includes receiver, permanent mount antenna, owner's manual, and activation information. Vehicle specific installation kit is required. For use with Mopar and production radios only. 82207779 Sirius Satellite Radio Installation Kit: for vehicles w/DVD or CD Changers, includes I-sheet, templates, wiring harnesses, antenna cable, multiplex connector, mounting bracket, and hardware Has anyone attempted a similar install in an OEM equipped vehicle? Any other ideas that I may not have thought have? I appreciate any and all replies! Thanks!