As in first post: years of Velcro-strapped radio to console arm rest. The GENO’S GARAGE (Brolin) Mount is the standard when one has the manual transmission. Not so great for me as it’s guaranteed I will sooner rather than later spill coffee on it. (Radio aligned with seat cushion edges; but ahead of lower console). The other type — mount which uses passenger-side edge of shifter-surround — I don’t currently see a supplier. (What your pics show). So, I don’t know. Will probably find a way to Frankenstein the Geno’s Mount in the second location. Fabricate. What you have is about as good as it gets for what’s on offer. In the meantime I’ll step up to using the TAC COMM TRC-2 radio cases I now have and secure them in the passenger seat; raised & angled (as I have in the Peterbilt). I’ve looked at seat-bolt mounts for laptops (Ram, Havis, Gamber-Johnson, etc), but price has been a drawback along with restrictions on passenger seating. Plus that radio gear weighs/masses more. My “guess” is that that approach will — like the starboard Mount — require a fair amount of fab. I can re-angle the shifter towards the driver a bit to help this. Remember as you think through this type option that many LEO, EMS, Fire, Utility and other vehicles using this sort of gear have the passenger-side airbag turned off. The back of the console atop the driveshaft tunnel seems to be the single best option so far as “secure” is concerned. The only other mounts of interest to me have been where the overhead console is removed to install a large (Galaxy 99v2) sized radio in its place. This is attractive in some ways except I don’t want to lose the electronic readout (which could be re-fabbed to fit otherwise). STEEL HORSE and some others have made a “shelf” to fit across the whole of the upper headliner/windshield edge, but not really for the Dodge I have. Again, would have to take something made for another application and “fabricate”. The shelf has quite a lot to recommend it. Simplifies where to mount accessory gear (amp, speaker, etc), not just one or more radios. Had any of these been halfway acceptable (“easy”) I’d have had something back in 2007. With an antenna mount for a “big” antenna, it’s more motivation. I also noticed a welding shop has opened a short distance from here, so with what my trailer needs and now this problem, maybe can come up with something better. (I’m not ever going to build in-dash. Double-din retrofit plates are made, but dash interior in Texas is not worth that heat problem to me) .