Whew, it sure looks ugly now. Cannot wait to start putting her back together just the way I want it. Took everything out and I am so thankful my hubby is an industrial electrician and an amazing builder/fabricator because all of those wires and bare walls are VERY scary looking. We are going to patch all of the holes in the floor and seal it with Flex Seal and put down new wood look vinyl flooring. Took the walls out because he is going to rewire the inside to utilize Shore Power or a portable 4000-watt dual fuel generator that will be mounted to the front and is suppose to run on a 20 lb. propane for 9-10 hours. Going to add a little double bubble insulation in the walls while they are opened. Took out all of the gas and water on the inside and will be putting in new beadboard paneling in the sidewalls, cutting down and moving the dinette so that it does not take up so much room in the pop-up and is positioned in front of the back bunk instead of sideways using up all of the storage and cabinet space. Then building in all of the cabinets and storage so that all of my appliances and portable toilet can be used inside or outside. The only thing staying stationary will be the mini-fridge we purchased for it. Mounted a nice aluminum toolbox for storage on the outside where the old tank and battery used to be. Re-upholstering all of the cushions to make a slick country chic camper just for camping out with my Grand-daughter when my Hubby cannot get away to drag the big camper. She is truly going to be beautiful when we are done.