Then it’s make sure it is all settled in and centered, measure twice and cut once. I was too naive to know it was tricky the first time I touched up an interior, and it was no big deal. Now YouTube and the car shows/Gearz have video help.I have seen two different carpets offered on LmR one that just says carpet like what I posted in the pic, then another that’s slightly more expensive which has some sort of boom mat built in I guess a little more like stock. Is all this dyna Mat or boom Mat whatever it’s called worth it or needed? Now that I know I have to trim and it’s not just an easy plug and play type deal I already got in my head lol!! I get all weirded out bc I want it done right and to look original. Maybe I’ll just my carpet another real good deep cleaning and vac and see how it goes. It really isn’t that bad, I just figured it’s open in the car right now so maybe I could do it.