So the is done sleeping in the tent and I am done hosting and strapping down the tool box into the Cruiser for off-road trips. And an RTT is not in our future and we can't afford the travel trailer yet so hopefully this will keep us camping for a little while until we get the trailer with a toilet. I have been working on this drawer design for quite a while and being a drafter I have the ability to draw it all up in 3D and get exact measurements prior to cutting any wood. Although dimensions are chaniging a little because you can't foresee every possible problem. But this past weekend went pretty good and I would say I am about half way done with the project and I have two more weekends until we take it on it's trial run. The goal was to maintain one of the third row seats, keep down on the weight of having two drawers and bringing too much stuff. And of course have a sleeping platfomr for me and the I also knew I wanted it mounted on the passenger side since I have DS Hanna Bumper W/ Tire swing and CO2 bottle on the DS not to mention my big A$$ Here is the 3D design concept: Single drawer opened and platform support leg un-folding. The box totally transformed into a sleeping platform: Here is what I got done over the first weekend: I need to revise the sheet that lays on the second row because it is currently blocking some of my view out of the back. I am considering making a fiberglass tub in the gap behind the rear wheel well and the box for fluids. The second top is hinged with a piano hinge to swing over to be the second half of the sleeping platform. It has a cut-out for the CO2 bottle & bracket and that was perfect to access the fluids on the right side when it is folded over on top of the box.