Thanks to the Coleman design wisdom, I'm now modifying my seat cushions & storage covers. Coleman installed the storage covers inside the seat cushions. Seemed like a good idea at the time, but I have decided it was not. For one, it makes the cushions somewhat heavy to move around. To lift the cushions around to get access to the storage areas, builds extra arm muscles and adds wear and tear to the cushions. There is like super heavy plywood in there and every time they get bumped around, threads and cloth material gets ripped apart, though at a somewhat slow rate. If the cushions were just the foam and cloth, they become easier to move around, clean, and store without the added weight. If the plywood was bolted down with piano hinges to the storage boxes, well then, you just lift the lid without the cushions. With the wood removed from the cushions, I can also use the cushions as pillows in the bedding area or as extra padding to sleep on. A win for me, the camper, and less wear and tear on my arms. Sounds good to me. Let's get started. Here is the current situation. Wood has been removed from the cushions and laid in place. Some trimming will need to be done, but that is what power saws are for. The back rests are somewhat wimpy, so I will need to beef up the hinge and supplied back rest plate (hidden by the plywood). Thoughts on this before getting started?