I will try and take pics soon to show you what all I've done, but let me explain...
An additional actuator was installed in each door, including the hatch. They cut open a small and clean opening across from the bolt where it would go to. Its that simple really. I'll have to ask the shop where they got them, but it really does look like the deadbolt on any home's front door. Matter of fact they make remote locks for homes and it could be one of those, but I will ask and make sure.
I dont have the camera yet, but from my experience with TONS of rear view cameras and such, you totally get what you pay for. An OK camera will cost about 400 bucks, but a really good camera with real night vision that can be connected to a laptop and snap shots will cost much more. I'll be mounting mine just under the Parking Lights indicator in the back.
The hood release was the easiest thing to do. I've done it myself with all my cars. Its basically a cable with nut at the end. You just unhook the nut, then hide the cable. you dont need the handle to pop the hood, you can just pull on the cable. I did mine right, extended the cable and mounted it under the passenger airgbag area.
The hood release was tricky, but they did it. On the factory, you sneak you hand in between the hood and the grill, find the lever and pull up. With mine there is no lever any more, it is connected to a hollow bar pointing down and ends in a L shape. Theres a cable in the L shaped bar with a triangle at the end. The triangle is what you grab with your index finger and thumb and pull to open the hood. Im probably making sound more complicated than it is. Its not. If you look at the factory mechanism you should picture it easily.
It works, I challenged lots of friends to open the hood. No one is able to unless you know exactly where everything is.