Wow you're going to have a nice setup
Some personal experience if it helps:
@1 year no issues- running 120 watts to each of the 2 front speakers, 300w to the subwoofer (4ohms for all). I can't recall the fuse I used, but it was the suggested max amperage I found through searching this site.
No problems with anything, fuses/lights dimming/etc. (even though the fuse I used was lower amperage than the one suggested for the amp)
There's enough room to tuck the crossovers behind the carpet on the passenger side (as long as your passengers don't stomp their feet towards the front of the car), and on the left wall of the drivers side footwell (doesn't affect my clutch)
Couldn't tell any difference in the cars performance, charging, discharging, etc., but I hadn't owned it very long prior to the install.
Sprayed sound dampener on undercarriage, used MLV & CCF under carpeting. Probably wouldn't pull the seats and carpet if I hadn't been running wires for the amp (under passenger seat). Would do it all again except for pulling the carpet [(the added thickness makes it a nuisance to reinstall, plus the carpet must have been installed before the dash in the factory because I couldn't find a way to remove it (easily) without making a cut in front of the shift column (which can't be seen once reinstalled)]. That being said, if you're going to pull the carpet anyway I'd consider using OCF &/or MLV. Definitely not a luxury ride afterwards, but noises are lower pitched, and it doesn't sound as much like a tin can.
Can't tell a difference in SQ/SPL with the sub in the wheel well vs in the hatch area. It's not a SQ sub though and I'm not that picky. I leave it in the well out of sight.
Enjoy your build, happy listening.