A little bit of this and that today.
First, I installed the defrost fans. I purchased some high power computer case fans from Amazon, along with some nice fan grills. This was a straightforward process of measuring some holes, and cutting them in.
After the holes were cut, I painted the entire glareshield area with flat black BBQ grill paint. Realistically, this entire area is most likely going to be covered by a leather glareshield pad, but the flat black will keep any area that remains visible looking nice.
During this time, I also epoxied in the fiberglass cover I made to clean up where the centerpost enters my overhead switch pod.
Next, I had to take a look at how the Rosen sun visors were going to fit. I purchased the Rosen visors that are made for the RV10, but since my custom overhead switch pod sits lower than the normal Aerosport overhead, I need to modify them to fit properly. To figure out the needed shape, I bought some cheap clear plexi from the hardware store, traced the stock Rosen outline, and cut out some clear visors that I could hack away at. I screwed this clear visor to the Rosen frame, clamped it to the cabin top, and noted where it interfered. After a couple of iterations, I had a shape that will work well with my setup.
Finally, I ended the day by fabbing up some tabs that help hold the bottom of the windshield to the fuselage.