I'm afraid Greg that with what these cars are now worth, and the amount of fakes that are around, I don't like the idea of putting up a photo of mine. Most things about L34s and A9Xs are fairly well known, but there are still a few secrets that few know about, and it will be these things that differentiate between a clone and the real thing.
With your car, just find the thread with the method you like best and go with that.
I understand the concern about people building fakes. I'm not worried about duplicating the factory aperture exactly or anything like that, I'm more interested in the way they welded (or didn't) the hole up. ie. spot welds/seam welds/etc. from a compliance point of view it'd probably be hard to argue against the factory style mod.
And further from NCOP2_Introduction_1Jan2011_v2.pdf
So I think it's fair to say that bolt-ons and mods to inner guards are no problem but for thoroughness I was hoping to use the factory style re-attachment method for the inner guard to outer guard. Mods to the outer guard aren't directly addressed by the above points in the NCOP documents (though I might've missed them in other sections) so from a belt and suspenders point of view from a compliance standpoint I'd like to use the factory method as long as it was a sound method (witch gong by the L34 way of doing things, it wouldn't be.)
Copies of the CAMS recognition paperwork, as Andrew has posted above, can be found in Fiv's other book "History Of The Holden V8".
As above L34 page 281, A9X Hatch page 306 & sedan page 308.
Might have to get my hands on a copy, thanks.