Initially I wasn't blown away by the new Family Expedition model but it is starting to be very interesting to me the more I think about it. I was looking at it and a design came to mind that I SO wish Aliner would try. What do you guys think? Ok, if the point is designing it for FAMILIES, what if Aliner would design a modular bunk to go over the current bunk on the front (now that the dormers give so much headroom) and the expandable side bed could be optioned as more cabinetry/countertop?!? In my mind that would be almost the perfect function, you could sleep 4 adults easily, have a bunk (which the kids *always* want), and have SIX FEET of countertop and storage, that would be enough for bureau drawers, hanging storage or cubbies, maybe half could even be optioned as a desk setup (for homeschooling or work on the road etc.)? With storage being an issue in this model (the kitchen and heat pump taking up so much of it) wouldn't that be a great option? I can see the modular bunk in my mind, what if it worked similar to how a popup camper's kitchen sets up? OR even better, what if they used a telescoping w/pins system (or somehow an archimedes screw) to raise the bunk straight up?! This would mean if it wasn't needed it could simply stay down and rest on the bed underneath it, looking just as it does now. What do ya'll think?!