I haven't seen anyone do their inverter like this, but I have heard some say that it wouldn't work. Since I decided my rear heater would never work again I wanted to use that space. So I thought some might be interested in seeing another viable option for inverter placement. This is a 2300 watt unit that puts out 4600 watts peak. It shows voltage of the battery driving the inverter as well as wattage being put out. I flipped the bottom so that it would fit down into the valley. I also added a nickel width washer under the rear seat legs to give a smidgen of needed room. If I had Landtank's seat kit the washers would not be neccesary. The ground poking up through the floor is a relatively tight fit were the heater lines poked through. I used a liberal quantity of silicone sealer underneath the duct tape.