Here are some of the other projects and mods for your perusal.
The trunk table folds flat for storage and travel.
More LED reading lights:
Our Suncruiser had dome lights in all of the basement compartments, which our Sunstar lacks. So, I put Harbor Freight Flip Lights in them. There are a couple of advantages I have found. They are attached with hook and loop, so I can easily remove one to use as a flashlight. And, if I leave one on by accident, I kill 3 AAA batteries, not the house batteries.
While we're in the trunk, I insulated the ceiling, which is the underside of the bed pedestal, with 1.5" rigid foam, added 2 hooks for hanging the window squeegees to keep from deforming the rubber part, and added 2 angle brackets to the otherwise useless shelf (actually the interior floor under the bed) to hold long things. Not shown is a paper towel roll holder in there, as well.
The P.O. boogered up the MobileVision rear camera installation. While in the dash troubleshooting it and doing other mods, I saw that turn signal control was already wired for side view cameras. So, I added them, and front corner turn signals as well.
I just added a flip down drink holder next to each of the front seats.
The, there is all the tech and other stuff: 2 Battleborns, Victron battery monitor, Xantrex 2kW PSW inverter charger, 400 watts of solar and charge controller, GlobalStar car kit, upgraded SiriusXM antenna, 2 exterior GPS antennas, amateur radio and motorized antenna mount, ATT cell router and 2 external Mimo antennas, Win 10 PC in the cabinet over the TV, RoadTrip InMotion satellite dish and Dish Wally...