After quite a while without it we have installed the roof headliner, covering up the insulating material and wires. It wasn’t that hard to fit, apart from the back bit (above the rear door), which necessitated the use of decidedly non-standard bolt-headed screws to hold it. They look OK to us. Quite why Land Rover was so squeamish about using metal fixings for the internal trim, relying instead on what I think are inferior plastic fixtures, is not clear to me. It’s not like the rest of the vehicle doesn’t have an abundance of bolts, rivets and screws in plain sight. Anyway, an important job has been finished. The images of the back of the vehicle highlight that fitting side panels, to cover my leak repairs, should follow soon after.