A few pictures of the install, they're not very good photos, but something is better than nothing I guess.
I moved the stern light to the pole to port.
The davit works well, but with the narrow stern I noticed the stern is considerably lower in the water when under power with the added weight.
If I were to do it again I would have them supply another, two in total, crossbars...otherwise it is very study and holds our 10' Avon very well, especially with two ratcheted straps around it.
The biggest issue I had was building a harness for the boat to lift it, the problem I had was the width of the davit vs. the width of the attachment points on the dingy. This was easily resolved with some trial and error, with a length of coated wire the same distance as the width of the davit
The base attached through the transom with a backing plate inside.
The rail mount attachment on the stern rail
The finished product, we moved the name to the aft on both sides.