I'm slowly acquiring the equipment for the system in my 2015 Mustang. So far I have Silver Flute 6.5 midbass drivers and Seas Preimer tweeters that I'm going to run as active components in the front doors. They'll be powered by the Taramps 400x4 that I received yesterday. A little later down the road I'll be adding a Dayton 10" sub powered by a Taramps HD3000 (1 ohm). I'm planning on mounting the 400x4 under the passenger side seat, while the HD3000 will be mounted in the trunk. I've got pretty much everything planned out in my head. But, one thing I'm a little conflicted on is how to handle the power for the two amps. Historically, I've always had the amps next to each other, running a single power wire and using a distribution block to split it according. But, these amps will be a good 5-6 feet apart. Should I run separate wires from the battery to each amp? Run a single wire to the passenger seat and put a distribution block there? Run single wire to the trunk and put a distribution block there? Running separate wire seems like the right solution to me, but then I have to figure out how to connect both to the battery and where to mount 2 fuse holders. Is there a distribution block I can use under the hood? Maybe run a short wire to the block and then separate wires to the amps? Lastly, what guage wire do I need to use? Would a single 4ga for the HD3000 and single 8ga for the 400x4 be sufficient?