I installed the TeraFlex 3rd row seat bracket and put the seat in this week. Sorry, didn't take many pics but I like the outcome.
Something I didn't like was the kit came with nutserts. Drill a hole in the floor sheet metal and these things are supposed to hold? I didn't want to go that route, so I bolted it in. It was harder to do it this way as it requires moving some things to get the nuts on, and it requires 2 people to do it. Lucky for me my wife is a good sport.
I put it in forward facing 1st, and realized that you can't pit the soft top down. Reasonable leg room for kids (I wouldn't want to sit back there). I then turned it around rear facing and I can get the top down now, but leg room is even less. My 2 seven year olds don't seem to mind and think it's pretty cool!
I used ambulance stretcher belts for seat belts, and anchored them to the seat frame.
Overall my impression is mixed. I like that I can take all my kids with me. It looks factory. However, there is no room for all our gear, or anything else for that matter. I will have to figure something out for that.
"The Red Bitch" - 2007 JK Unlimited X, Superchips, TeraFlex 1.5" leveling kit, BFG 35x12.5x18 KM2 on KMC XD Enduro wheels, home made front quick disconnects, OEM fenders chopped, front and rear OEM homemade stubby front and rear bumpers, ACE rock rails, rear facing 3rd row seat, Uniden Pro 520XL.
"Inglorious Basterd" - 1948 Willys CJ2A, AMC 304, MC2100 carb, T150/Dana 20, 33x10.5x15 Super Swampers.