Bob Davis asked: >>Did you ask how big the fuel tank is? Hi Bob, I think it originally had a ~50 gallon tank. But that was soon deemed inadequate. IIRC it now holds something just over 100 gallons. [Not including the diesel in the generator, the 5 gallon spare ... or the gas in the outboard tank (4 stroke so it doesn't drop oil in the water), or the 5 gallon spare gasoline can ... or the jerry cans.] The sunroof has a tank-like feel to it. You can tilt it forward or back, but it's completely manual and seems to require a pretty decent effort to horse it around into the position you want. The 'cabinetry' inside appeared to be all squared off plywood shapes. (I suspect marine grade, but I didn't ask.) Very functional. No 'faux burl' facades to peel away in the humidity. Drawers and doors secured with 'window-lock' style levers and a number of those flush push-button openers you find in the boating world. Pretty much completely devoid of the whole fake granite, fake cherry, plush pile carpeting freeway cruiser vibe. This thing is meant for serious use. If you break a cabinet door in Botswana, no sweat, get a piece of wood and spend a day with the saws, paint, caulk gun, spare hinges, spare fasteners ... and you are good to go! A spare roll of mirrored window tint - in case you break a window - or just feel a need to pimp something out. Maybe its that 'a practical people' thing, but the money was put into functionality - a top of the line water heater so the two of you don't have to wait 45 minutes between taking showers to let the water heat back up - and not in glued on laminates. I really think you would like the truck, Bob. [I blinked once and found myself in an alternative universe where you were explaining to me, after your 30 years of travels, why you had placed this part *here* instead of over there because it made more sense. It was pretty funny.] When Axel was showing me that he had a complete spare set of engine mounting bolts, (those are very large bolts!), I smiled and thought ... If I was Bob my reaction would be "Of course you do! It's the sensible thing to have!" ;-) Elfur's brother is a photographer. I will bug him for a link to a running photo-journal so we can all travel with him in the beast! RonL.