Thanks! There is still some work to be done, but I'm pretty happy.
There (will be) a total of 9 mounted radios and 4 portables. There are currently 8 mounted radios, one is still being programmed.
3x Uniden 996XT's (one being the remote head on the dash)
2x Uniden 996's
2x Moto Spectra (800Mhz)
1x Moto Maxtrac (hidden under seat -- this one constantly scans the same thing, so I don't need access to it)
It's a 2011 right with the console head removed. I think you just open my eyes to what I'm going to do now. I like to see the antenna placement as well. Overall you can beat the gas milage and the interior space for the price. It will help by telling me where the roof riverts are so I know what to avoid when I drill my holes. Also, where did you purchase the light at?
Amazingly, there are only 3 antennas on the vehicle. Two are drilled in the roof and one is glass mounted. One of the roof antennas goes into an 8 port Stridsberg powered multicoupler which works VERY well. I had it in my old Santa Fe and it never failed me. The other roof mount antenna will be going to a VHF MCS2000 which isn't installed yet. The glass mount is used with an 800Mhz MaxTrac, which also seems to work surprisingly well.
I have no idea what the interior dimensions of the console are. To get the Uniden's to fit nicely, we removed the outer shell from the radios and the faceplate sits on top of the console. We had to dremel out the inside of the console so that the radios would fit.
Are you thinking of getting a Santa Fe, or a different vehicle?