That is all there is to it. The hardest part of the installation is removing the steel inserts in the skins. They are in there pretty tight and getting them out without gouging the skins can be fun.
Once the CADEX AI Fore-End Rail is installed the rifle handles just like before. There is no change in the way it tracks on the bipod since the 'pod remains in the same space. The only drawback is it makes an already heavy system heavier. This is unavoidable. The CADEX Rail comes in at 18.5 oz. Although that may seem like a lot, it did not hinder my ability to shoot the system offhand with the help of a good sling.
The CADEX Rail located our AN/PVS-22 perfectly in relation to the day-optic mounted on a American Defense Manufacturing RECON mount. There should not be any issues when using AR height mounting systems or AI branded mounts. If you are using a long optic and short rings then you may have clearance issues. Our Vortex Razor HD would not clear when mounted in Vortex "Low" rings. Of course low rings are rarely the appropriate choice for an AI chassis.
The Picatinny rails on the CADEX unit appear to be in-spec and accepted any Picatinny spec mount that we tried.
If you need to mount a night vision device in front of your day optic on an AI Chassis, the CADEX Rail system will work well for you. If you need to be able to install and remove the mount at the unit or individual level, then the CADEX Rail is the perfect solution.