I like that!
Any photos of the interior?... The Queen size double bed slides out the back a metre and the gives us room to have cafe style seating with a Lagun type table between us. All diesel, 12v or 240v electric as we have no LPG/propane. 1100w solar feeding a 400ah Lithium battery.
1100 watts of solar panels seemed high for just on the cab (of a vehicle that size), I figured you had them on the popup section too, thanks for the confirmation. I expect the actuators make it much more pleasant to raise and lower the top.The cab and poptop roof are covered in glass (solar) panels now after several flexible panel failures. The poptop got a bit hard to lift with the additional weight so I fitted electric actuators to lift the poptop.
The lack of insulation value is a big drawback for me, but not everyone wants to easily keep things from freezing at -40.One inch on all the walls and cabinets and roof. Plenty strong but not much insulation. Bed platform is about 1.75" thick. I think the 1" would have worked for the bed too, but I didn't want a flexy bed so I ordered one thicker panel for that.