For the [big] dog owners; I'm still designing my drawer system, and I'm aware that a few other mudders are too just about all the time. I'm sure most of the dogs out there have no trouble getting in and out of their owners' cruisers but Goliath here teeters between 105 and 120 pounds and has difficulty jumping into the back or passenger doors of a lifted cruiser and he is still pretty young. As a result, I've decided to incorporate a folding ramp that slides above or below another more shallow drawer in a two-drawer-type setup. I'm going to do this either way, but I'm curious if there would be any interest from other mudders also designing their own drawers to purchase such a ramp that could be incorporated. I realize that it would be for a pretty obscure market, but I figure if I can come up with a quality design there may be one or two others who could benefit from it as well. Probably looking at a design made from welded sheet and angle aluminum and some pretty heavy slides. It will be a lasting investment for me as Goliath will probably get a brother of equal size in the next year or two. Priorities here are: 1. Strength and quality 2. Smallest, lightest form factor 3. Ease of integration. 4. Price I've been picking him up to help him in until now, but one of these days I'm going to get a hernia and that will probably not be fun. Thoughts or ideas on the design?