Here are some pics of what I have been camping out of since I sold my 5th wheel. The wood is whatever was laying around the shop at the time. The table and bench on the driver's side is two pieces that bolt together with just 2 wingnuts. Both of those units and the bed platform were built to go around the wheel arches and both provide a significant amount of storage underneath. The bed unit is 78'' long by 24'' wide. The mattress is one piece of 2'' urethane foam topped by another 2'' of memory foam. That leaves an 18'' walkway down the middle-enough to semi stand up in to get dressed and wide enough to accomodate my Super Fat Cat. The food box at the left rear is a unit I built over 20 years ago and has seen a ton of use. It houses all of my cookware plus a good amount of food. An overhead rack at the front of the canopy-hard to see here-holds all of my wading clothes and nighttime warmies. Lights front and rear are controlled by switches at the rear and on the units themselves. An old flourescent lantern provides more light and some new LED lights front and rear supplant the older lights. A spotlight on an extendable cord resides in a rack on the left rear. The tall canopy is a vast improvement over the cab high model I had on a previous truck. Cab highs are like spiked heel shoes the ladies wear-stylish maybe but an absolute pain in the ass to deal with. Screened windows on both sides provide ventilation and I have built a mosquito net frame for the sliding front window that keeps me insect free at night. In the last picture the truck is ready to go, I just need to add ice and a plastic milk crate with some of the softer food items. As shown it has all the cooking gear, stove, water, 3 sleeping bags, 2 pair of waders and boots, 5 fly rods and 5 reels and 7 lines, flies, vest, wading staff, enough clothes for 5 days, 2 raincoats, camera, monocular, a chair, fold-up table, a pisaroonie for nightime use, propane and all the other paraphenalia and detritus that finds it way along on fishing trips. It doesn't appear or feel crowded at all. The old Ram single cab truck came with a lot of room behind the seats that includes a full width tray, snap in trays up the back of the cab and a storage net. A mountain of stuff can be stored back there out of sight and out of the way but easily accessable. If you have a skil saw and a sabre saw you can knock someting similar out pretty easily. A table saw and a router will make it even easier. It was a fun project but more importantly it has served me well for several years while holding clutter and chaos to a minimum.