So, here's a few pictures I was able to get of the way that I have installed the pickups. I hadn't seen a pickup placement quite like this yet, so I figured Id share what works for me.
I installed the Belcat EG-202's into the "heart" part of the bridge, rather than adhere them to either the top or the bottom of the bridge. I just couldn't seem to get them to produce enough umph without wedging them some how, and they were to small to fit into the wings on the outsides of the bridge. I noticed that I got a much more even, natural sound right there. I also had to place a piece of foam that i had trimmed in to a horseshoe in order to isolate the wires from the bridge wing cutout to avoid rattles and otherwise unpleasant sounds that would mess up the sound.
Here I simply used a zip-tie to install the output jack to the tailpiece, using a small piece of foam to wedge the jack assembly away from the tailpiece to eliminate rattling.
I thought it blends in alright from the audiences perspective.
Seriously though, I didn't know a damn thing about DB's before I joined here a month ago, and this forum is a huge resource that I couldn't go without. Thank you all for your wisdom, advice and input as I've made the journey from wanting to play and dreaming of owning a DB, to purchasing wisely and setting up the DB and finally with providing the resources to learn the important differences between playing a BG and a DB so I could jump in with both feet playing with this big ole thing with my band. The DB as well as TalkBass have literally changed my entire outlook when it comes to music, from writing and performing to how I look at an instrument, whether it be a beat up Squire P-Bass, a Shen SB 80 or a Music Man.
/Why yes, I have been drinking a little bit