I unfortunately have no pics (lost camera in Key West in my rudder incident, they don't float). Not sure how to post pics here anyway.
I control the motor with the tiller, or sometimes just lock the motor straight and use the rudder. The motor is mounted in the fishing rod holders in the back, (two pieces of 1 1/2 PVC and two 3/8 steel rods through the PVC pipe, the rods are buried into a 2x4 (motor mounts on the 2x4), and tilts up when not in use, I think it's a Kamo motor, I bought the motor in St Pete at www.ioutboardmotors.com
It took an hour or two to build the motor mount and it works great (about $15-$20 bucks), they also sell the mounts. I typically don't use the motor, it's only for safety, I just peddle through the harbor at Sarasota sailing squadron (nice bunch of people), unless I am very exhausted, then I'll motor back in. I plan to buy that Hobie Evolve system, but can't afford it quite yet. I have a design ready for a propeller driven charger that will mount at the back of the boat, halfway up the guy cable to the mast (I had to add guy cables to support the mast with the big 135 sq ft spinaker). I'm an Engineer/inventor/nerd so alot of the fun for me is designing, and building the stuff, then trying it out. I design and make all my own sails, and have designed and built several boats from scratch (mostly racing hydroplanes (many years ago). I love my Hobie.