Alright, Tims Aux cable showed up last week, finally got around to installing it today. Very nicely made, simple to install. If routed into the glove box, it's probably a 5 min job.
I wanted it in the center console cubby, a little more involved.
I pulled the cubby out of the console, along with removing the glove box. I tend to be meticulous about these things, so I broke out some extra zip ties and the electrical tape. I cut the plug loose, flipped it over and re-taped it to the harness. I then plugged the cable in, and taped it to the harness too. Using several zip ties, I routed the cable up the side, and across up under the dash along some existing wires. I then fished the wire behind the side panel of the center console, and out through the hole for the cubby. I used one more zip tie at the back of the cubby hole.
The cubby itself looks to be set up for a light. There is a removable dome like piece on top, with a hole for a light bulb socket. This piece coveres a hole in the top of the box. It would be easy to just take the dome piece off and stash it, leaving the hole open to run the cable through. However, I chose to leave it in place, and slightly enlarge the hole on the dome piece enough to fit the stereo jack through. I have a clip type holder for my ipod nano which I affixed in the cubby with sticky backed velcro.
With the cubby shut, nothing is visible. With the cubby open, I can easily turn the ipod on and off, and hit next, without removing it from its mount. Nice.
I am very pleased with this setup. Thanks Tim!