I appreciate the advice. I have been concerned about the box tearing off the frame since day 1. We are really trying to re-enforce it so it does not tear away from the frame. If it does not work out, i will sleeve the frame. We do plan on running a support like yours on the ps box from just above the pitman arm to the other side of the frame.Yeah, I was trying not to "rip" him, but have HIM stand back and see if he could see anything to improve on. I could spout off what I would do but if he doesn't buy into it, it's pointless. He did take it really well though and seems open to suggestions so here goes.
I would get that steering box as close to the frame as possible. Decrease the leverage it will have to break things. I angled my box so I could sleeve 3 of the 4 bolt holes through the frame with one mounted directly on top.
I cut the stock exterior column mount from a donor Chevy truck and grafted it onto the scouts firewall as well as use the stock Scout mount by drilling a hole in the top of the column housing. You will need to cut some of the bell from the bottom of the Chevy column to get it to sit in right. The Chevy column housing is just a tad bigger than the Scout's so it will still clamp together with some longer bolts.
Those were the only two gripes I had and as Brandon stated, you would be surprised at what a steering box can do to a poorly made mount especially when you start adding bigger tires.
We are going to build a steering column support under the dash, and another near the end in the engine compartment. I do like your mount under the dash.