Thanks very much for this information mate,
I really recommend getting the Haynes Manual to do the removal of the inner panel. But I will try to describe how to do it.
Loosen the rubber grommits - the green ones - the opening handle wire can be easily removed form the opening handle.
The red circles: the inner panel holds the power windows mechanism, with the window glass attach to it. First remove the rubber inner weather strip from the door. Remove the two rubber sealings in the red circles (glue them back on when tou're finished) lower the windows until you see 10mm bolts - looking in to the holes - loosen the bolts - then grab with both hands on top of the window glass (tilting it up at the rear) and carefully slide it up and out of the door completely.
Blue circle - these 3 plastic plugs are holding locking mechanism - which are attach to the door. To loosen the locking mechanism you have to remove the outer door handle (and a bolt behind it) and the 4 bolts at the end of the door. I have not done this - I did carefulley remove the 3 black plastic plugs just to get the inner panel off.
Hope this helps you.
Some how I missed this thread until now,
I'm installing the ford puddle lights and I need to run cable through the rubber pipe of the door loom
So basically I need to get in there to fish cable through,
Makes it easier seeing you have been there before and survived gives me hope that I will too.