This post covers the gearstick, prop shaft and handbrake.
Start with connecting the wiring harness to the gearbox. In the gear stick box there is a seperate adapter, get this out and connect to the wiring harness in place of the one that is preconnected. Then hook up to the relevant connectors on the gearbox. The zip tie the line into place so it is neatly out of the way. Note there are two other connectors which are unused, zip tie these to the gearbox to keep them out of the way.
Now remove the top plug from the gearbox. Be very careful that you don´t drop anything down here! Get the gearstick and place it into the hole, it should slot in easily, you may need to wriggle it around somewhat. Once in, you can secure with three bolts, hand tighten.
Next going to slide in the prop shaft. Remove the other plug from the end of the gearbox, and get under the car. Pass the prop shaft in from the rear. It gets very tight in the middle, but will make it through. I did not need to apply too much force, just some wriggling left and right and slight pressure saw it move through. As long as the car is level you shouldn´t get any oil leaking out of the hole at the end of the gearbox. Slot the prop shaft into the gearbox – the splines need to be aligned so you may have to twist it a bit until it fits in. Then rest prop shaft on chassis
Start by fitting the clevis to the handbrake on a bench which is a lot easier. I found the required parts dotted around, there is the handbrake in its own bag, then the clevis, wheel and split pins etc are in the bag with the rear brake parts. Get all required parts out.
Once the handbrake assembly is built, you can pass the cable into the tunnel. This will only work if you start with the handbrake cable at its thinnest, so insert the black cable into the holes and then push in. Do not bolt the handbrake itself to the chassis yet – you will need to pull this cable back to get it through the equivalent handbrake cable hole on the RHS of the differential, so return to this once the differential is in place.