After researching the project and posting a guide on how to do this job-
I seemed to talk myself into doing the job myself as proof of concept and having finally got the pieces together and the free time to do the job myself, here are the results.
Got this radio-
And this carbon fascia (wasn't interested in the standard silver one as I'm a carbon type of Guy so hung on for ages waiting for one to come available)-
These brackets from Ford so as to correctly fit the radio-
And some 6x25 dome head posidrive self tapping screws from B&Q-
How the radio looked before the project-
First, removing the old radio and unplug the quadlock and aerial-
Don't forget to remove any CD's first, you'll never get them out after if you don't do it now-
Then out with the old-
Remove the old rectangular fascia-
And the screw lugs as they'll get in the way of the new brackets-
Now to mount the adaptor brackets, they fit either side so you can't get them muddled up-
There is a "duck bill" clip on the back of the brackets that pushes into a hole, they can be a bit tight but will go in if pushed firmly.
Next re-connect the aerial and quadlock connectors and offer up the radio to the brackets-
Fasten the four screws loosely at first to ensure that the radio sits straight and then tighten them all up-
Clip the new fascia in place and check that everything sits flush-
Enter your new radio's code, test buttons and steering controls, retune your radio, set audio to your taste and sit back to admire the job.
If you look at the times on the radios you can see that the job took 15 minutes to swap one radio for the other and 9 minutes checking settings and testing the radio and CD sound so technically 25 minutes in total which also includes taking photos and faffing about.