Hi, Guys/Gals, I recently retired, and after I get some things squared away, I have been contemplating a fairly ambitious, months-long circumnavigation around the North American continent -- including Alaska -- in my FJ (a red 2012 Trail Teams). I would probably mount a luggage pod of some kind on the roof rack and put most of my camping equipment up there, in order to leave more open room in the FJ's cabin. Although my intention would be to camp most nights, with perhaps a once-a-week luxurious respite in a motel/hotel (with shower, laundry, etc.), I can envision occasions when it might be necessary to sleep inside the FJ (miserable driving rain/snow/sleet; or signs of grizzly bears up north). Besides the option of sleeping in the reclined front seats, have any of you ever folded down the back seats, moved the front passenger seat all the way forward, and been able to squeeze in some kind of little cot, etc.?