This would be my "daily driver" - if I drove daily and having the soul of a backpacker less is better. But in any case I needed to keep it light in weight and with enough space for trash cans and Home Depot trips. I did have the roof rack tracks installed and already have some Yakima bars but have not bought the towers. Nevertheless I am more inclined to keep things in the camper rather than on the roof so I needed room for skis and an inflatable kayak - and sometimes both at the same time. I also have a Golden Doodle but so far he seems to enjoy perching on the bed rather than taking up floor space.
In the winter my water jugs are in the ice chest to keep them from freezing. In warmer weather I have two milk crates which hold 4 gallon jugs.They will sit on the floor when traveling or the bench when camping.
The kitchen counter and cubby storage. I may switch to a cargo net but they seem to be much larger than I need. The low compartment can hold the kind of stuff that doesn't fit elsewhere. Additional bedding is bungeed to the counter top when traveling. I sleep in the queen size comforter burrito style in the summer but in the winter I am in a down bag beneath the comforter with the dog. If snow is going to build up overnight I may put the ice chest on the bench and sleep on the floor since it is difficult to clean the roof off when it is popped up (I had a scary incident in the FWC) I did create a tool to clean the roof when it is up but I have yet to use it for real.
The bench. I kept it low so I can see out the window when I am sitting. Skis have been bungeed on the ledge, duffle bag sits on the floor when traveling and on the bed when stopped. I use a Crazy Creek folding chair on the bench. I built a second section to widen the bench but I did not like it so it is now in the mud room of the house.
I did get to spend 6 nights in the camper on 3 ski trips before everything was closed down. The bed is more comfortable than the one in the house (or maybe I am just more tired ) The heater is even better than I expected and I have the hook-up to add a Wave heater if necessary. Sitting on the bench in the morning, drinking tea, crocheting or just looking out the window - the moments to relive until I can get back out there again.