I received one of these Front Runner tables with cutting board for Christmas, along with some other wishlist Front Runner gear. I really like the design of the table and it works great for food prep or whenever you might need a table . I attached it with different size self tapping screws to accommodate the contours in the door. Once attached its easy to use and is very secure. The retaining tabs required some tweaking to keep the table from falling down when the hatch door swings shut at full speed. After some adjustment the table stayed locked closed the entire time traveling the Seven Springs to Bloody Basin road. I did a quick peek behind the door panel to see what I was working with and to avoid any wire and mechanical hardware when drilling. I also added some backup Sylvania LED's at this time. After I measured everything and eyeballed the perfect placement. I used a combination of 2 1/4" and 1/2" self tapping screws to secure the table to the door. After that it just required a little tweaking of the compression tabs when closing the door, about 1/16" bending of the tabs. This thing is awesome, the cutting board is un-treated but very sturdy holding a full pot of hot water straight from the fire. I would only use the wood portion more as an extension as the strength of the table is more on the metal frame. I also overnight tested their hammock. From what I can tell its a clone or rebadge of the Eno double nest hammock. Very comfortable and verily little stretch compared to the Wal-Mart or cheaper hammocks. Overall a nice Hammock and awesome color scheme. For their ammo box replicas, I have some amazing mods I want to try that should make this box the ultimate overland/camp box based on my experience with military transportation boxes/modules. The mods are super cheap and easy to do. This could be one of the most awesome boxes since ASP overland pioneer Autograph box design. I actually think my mods will make it a better camp box. I can't wait to order a few more extra boxes to experiment. The Front Runner chair is nice but its also a GCI chair clone for a slight premium. Im not sure if the original GCI expander chair uses ripstop fabric but the Front Runner chair does. I have been using GCI PICO chairs for the past 5 years and this chair is very similar in comfort and design. This was a super impromptu camp trip, just to play around with some new toys. My end goal is to have a faster, lighter, and easier camp setup.