I started just above the lock mechanism with the top screwed in place to ensure the length was correct.
Running a bead of contact adhesive along the door frame and rubber, let in dry until its just tacky, working on 100mm - 150mm at a time stick the weather strip in place and secure with a peice of tape, i used electrical tape as it seamed to grip well and pull free easy.
Any remaining adhesive from teh tape can be cleaned off with meths.
The rear of the door glued and taped.
The bottom edge complete and the front edge glued and taped, the front screws also help keep the weather strip in place.
Once the weather strip had been completely fitted i allowed the adhesive to dry for apprx 1 hour. removed the tape, cleaned around the surfaces and closed the door, the stricker pin had to be moved outward to allow the door to close, this will be edged back inward over the next few weeks as the weather strip moulds to the correct shape.
The seats and carpets have been fully fitted, im just waiting on the offside dash pad.
Offside carpet fitted, seats next.
Drivers seat installed.