Thanks for the tips and kind and uplifting comments. Both are very useful, especially when the occasional "Oh, cr@p" dumb @ss move is made, like today... I cut the 1/8" maple for the big window side of the camper, but got it inside out, so .... one more chunk of nice wood is toast. Only happens once in a while, but it does.
Yes, we are planning a dinette. Have done lots of reading here, and thought of doing what Bill Harr did, but that only leaves 24" in the aisle which feels very cramped to me. Also thought about using the tops of old office chairs and boat seat swivels on a box/storage base, but the swivel motion is impeded by the shape of the seats and the space available. (seats are not round, so even just a 45* turn will make the space required bigger).
Current thinking is we will use flip-up hinges so that the seats can be stored and flipped up when needed. We already have a Lagun table leg, so that will go in there too.
Not a cabinet maker. Actually, these are the first drawers I have ever built. We decided drawers would be nicer than all the simple cabinets we put into our Hawk build. Now we have lots of each.
The front cabinets, where the window used to be, are 13" deep. With the original 47" cab-over bed, that gives us 60" = queen size, without ever having to slide the bed in or out. And still as much floor space as a Hawk. All the benefits of the flat-deck Hawk without the extra height and air gap between the cab roof and camper.
The flush mount unit is the sink. The single burner induction cooktop is stored in the left most top drawer. It will pull out and be placed on the counter top, or on the picnic table.
30 gal water tank is at the front, at the bottom of all those cabinets.
The propane tanks also sit at the front (drivers side) between the front of the camper and the 130L Truckfridge. 3000w AIMS Power pure sine wave inverter sits under the fridge.
Dual 100AH Battleborn batteries are on top of the water tank, in that longer flip down opening at the front of the camper.
The Heater is the larger Propex. The cost difference was minimal, and we certainly didn't feel like the smaller Propex (in the smaller Hawk) was too powerful. This one also has the upgraded digital thermostat.
The floor is insulated with 1/2" hard insulation, and just the subfloor on their now during construction. Really nice cushioned luxury vinyl sheet waiting to be installed.
Walls with 1" hard insulation, and all the walls were taped to ensure no air movement through the gaps/walls.
Got the window back in tonight. Feels good to see it coming together instead of further and further apart! A few more bits of woodworking to do, and then all the wiring/plumbing starts!