I hate flipping the countertop section back and forth when setting up and tearing down, then packing and unpacking the underside of the countertop 'cause it's a convenient place for all those little things that dont fit anywhere else. The sink is not an issue, we've never used it (no intention to) and neither did the POs, faucet is actually broken anyway from not being put away properly once. I'm thinking about just removing it at the hinge, then carpentering up 3-4 stackable plywood "cubbys" that fit on the remaining lower cupboard section but can be quickly "destacked" and stored for travel on the seat benches beside the cushions. The cubbys can remain packed most of the time because they'll never have to be flipped around and can also be removed easily and taken to the house to be loaded/unloaded. An added bonus is that it will also help me load a bit more weight behind the wheels. The dimensions of the cubby would be approx 48" wide x 18" deep x 9" tall. Each of these would be divided into 2-24"wide or 3-16"wide sections. I think I could find plastic totes to use as drawers in each section for easier access to the further back items. Depending on the final dimensions I think I could stow 3 of these in the pup pretty easily. There's rarely food in the camper because of bears but storage for clothes, utensils, rainy day entertainment for the kids, the list goes on... What do you think?