Thanks for all for the feedback! Some very interesting thoughts! Great forum! There clearly is a market for heavily loaded rigs on Canter 4x4-chassis. Earth Cruiser, GXV and ATW/SMB are fishing in this $ 250,000-pond. Great products, no doubt. But not all offroad-enthusiasts need this comfort level. Some prefer less complex builds with fewer integrated systems - and thus less risk for system failures in remote areas. Also, with the money saved, a lot of additional travelling can be done. People and travel styles vary. I could imagine there would also be a market for equally offroad-capable but less luxurious Canters with monocoque campers (pop top, containerable & camper/cabin-connection) in the $ 150,000-area. I have not yet heard an argument that this could not be feasible. XP Campers show the way. The price tag for their camper cabin (without flatbed) stands at $ 64,000 and this includes very high quality built & systems. Their EEXP is an interesting project, too, but for my needs too small. Lightweight, super strong and well insulated fibreglass composite constructions on Canters-chassis are an exciting and still quite recent development. May new players bring more choices.