I have a video of seat removal and seat skin removal that I will upload this weekend.
Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures of disassembling the seat frame. Though, it's pretty straight forward once you're looking at it, but good luck if you ever plan to put it back together!
I stripped the frame down to just the main rails and bolted on an L bracket to where the vertical adjustment portion of the stock seat was originally bolted.
Ignore the wiring mess, here's a view from the bottom.
Many have had success with wiring in a 2ohm 1w resistor to avoid getting an SRS warning indicator, but most claim to still receive the SRS service message display on initial start up. To avoid any of that foolishness, I bolted the airbag underneath my rear shelf. The shelf is not going anywhere, and the airbag is positioned in such a way that deployment will not be an issue.
When I received these seats, they were just the metal frames. While stitching together the seat skin, I was able to transfer over the factory seat heaters for both the lower cushion and back.
The only wires that aren't plugged in are for the vertical seat adjustment motor and the backrest motor. Those are currently zip tied up underneath the seat in case I ever revert to stock.
The power seats still work for forward/backward adjustment. I still need to modify the side cover to hide my bracket and mount the adjustment controls, but here is my near finished result.
For now, I will only have the one racing seat. It's surprisingly comfortable for a daily driver, but knowing it won't be suitable for some of my larger friends, I will be leaving the stock seat on the passenger side. Also, since this is my daily driver, I still need easy access to my rear shelf and storage bin. Access is near impossible from the driver's side, so it's nice having one seat that folds and slides forward.
The seat sits at the same level as the stock seat in its lowest position. It's nice to be hugged on the sides while I drive, but getting in an out is an art form that will take some time to perfect.