The Basic Idea: (edits in italics) Forward of the dinette area, and/or under it, is a full width storage compartment. I have an idea to put in an access door on the outside wall at both ends of this compartment, put compact rollers on the ALiner floor - wheels up, and install a full with "U" box (about 73" long) that can roll at least half way out either (open) access door. This keeps stability issues easy and no fancy hardware is needed. This idea does not fully utilize the storage space as it exists today - but I very greatly detest the under seat storage features - and need to use the space somehow. Construction is likely all plywood, very little metal of any kind (except for fixed load bearing wheels). Maybe with fiberglassed corner seams.I may try PTFE tape for lateral guides (TBD). So that's it in a nutshell Any comments - let me hear them. BTW - I will add a full width plywood diaphragm on the fwd side of this cubby space to help with vertical strength issues - to compensate for the holes in the outside walls. This diaphragm will take outside wall loads back to the main chassis rails.