Like MaineSail said, I'm sorta questioning the compass' location myself.
That said, I've installed a bunch of both the Airtronic and Hydronic Espars. They are a great little heater, that's for sure - a hydronic would be my first choice as well.
A couple quick suggestions...first, they don't like to share a fuel pickup. It doesn't take much draw to starve them.
Second, too many false starts in a row and the computer will lock the unit. An airlock in the coolant circuit will do that too. The bleeder is a slotted screw on top of the unit (it isn't marked and I can't read German, lol)
Third, allow for a ridiculous amount of combustion airflow - it's used to cool the unit as well as burn the fuel.
The unit will stink at first at might even give a little smoke inside the compartment. It's a pretty distinctive smell - it's the lagging (fibrous insulation) you wrapped around the exhaust. It's normal and it'll go away after a bit.
Finally, the pump needs to be near the unit so prime it to within a few inches of the pump. A valve at the tank will make your life a little easier here - you can close it after you've primed the line. The pump is a solenoid driving a diaphragm, so using it to prime by feeding it 12V constant will burn it out. If you make up a pigtail with spade connectors on the pump end and leave the end of the power wire bare, barely touching it to a 12V source will give you an intermittent connection that works like a charm. Wow, that was tougher to explain than to actually do it...
Oh, and the condensate drain coming off the exhaust elbow will get VERY hot in use - be sure it's in free air. I still have the scar on my elbow...
I can't think of anything else at this point that might make your installation go easier but if you have any questions, fire away.