I have long terms plans for this build and just kind of piecing things together as I go. I knew at some point I would want and need a programmer to be able to adjust for tires and gearing once that part comes into play. I decided to go with Superchips' Traildash2. It seems to have the most functionality, although some things are probably not needed and will probably never get used, but I like having the options. It also has an input for a backup camera, so I decided to pickup a cheap IP9K Sendow camera off Amazon. Cheap enough for now and easy enough to swap out later if I wanted to.
I messed with different mounting option for the camera to try and figure out what would work best. I didn't like an off-center view from the license plate. I didn't feel like drilling into the bumper cover and trying to run the wires through the tub. I kept seeing AEV having a nice spare tire mounted camera that went between the wheel spokes but couldn't find just the bracket. It only came in a kit with a camera and third brake light for more than I wanted to spend.
I kept researching around and finally came across a forum post somewhere that someone had the pattern for the bracket from AEV in a PDF file. I got a piece of aluminum and went to town using the pattern with a dremel. I painted it with a textured black paint and it worked perfectly. I didn't take picture of the bracket before installing it, but it turned out great.
I ran the camera wires through the vent in the tailgate and along the factory wire loom and then down the right hand side of the vehicle up to the dash.
I first had the Traildash2 mounted to the included suction cup, but ended up ordering the A-Pillar mount from Superchips for it. The A-Pillar moun didn't seem to work real well for my wants. Having the RCA plug and the HDMI plug coming out of the back of it, it really limited how much you could change the viewing angle of it. It was fine for now, but will continue looking into other mounting options.
I've attached this PDF for anyone else wanting to use it for themselves!