The VFO is housed in a TenTec cabinet with a front panel measuring 4x6".  The depth is just 5 1/2".

The IQPRO board was split in two, with one board mounted above the chassis and one below.
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Here you can see the modified LCD display showing both VFOs on the LCD at the same time.  In SPIT mode, the RX - TX tags indicates which VFO will be used for receive and transmit.  To the left of the VFO designator (A or B) is a right arrow that points to the active VFO.    If the PTT line were grounded at this point, the arrow to the left of the A would move down to the left of the B indicating that VFO is now controlling the frequency of the TR7.  When the VFO is not in split mode, the active VFO is identified with an R/T tag to the right of the frequency.  The blue background LCD was a surplus item found at one of the websites that sells such items and I have no part number for it.  The blue color closely matches the "dial blue" of the TR-7, but it doesn't show well here.  To the right of the knob, just below the LCD, is a small red LED which is illuminated when in split mode. 
When not in split mode, the R/T tag identifies the VFO being used for both receive and transmit. 
Floyd Sense - K8AC
Angier, North Carolina
November 18, 2012