I have kept myself amused this winter, and the weather has been perfect for doing it. I sold the popup camper last May. After the sale, it didn't take very long for my wife to inform me I needed to find us something else. I looked at campers most of the summer... couldn't find anything that suited me so I decided to build one the way I wanted it. I bought a new Freedom 7'x12' (single axle & barn doors) and took delivery on October 28th. I started to work on it almost immediately and have 99.9% finished it today. I completely gutted it, added 1" foamboard insulation in walls and ceiling. I used the original paneling as it was nice. The rest is plain old pine wood with walnut stain and polyurethane coating on counter top, door frame and shelf over spare tire. The main feature is a queen size bed (which folds up). Other amenities include a small sink and toilet for night calls. It is a cozy place to sleep and was never intended to be much more. I believe we will be very happy with it. Like any other project, it probably isn't as done as I mentioned above, but time will tell..... Thought I would share. I didn't take any pics as I went about it. Most everyone knows what a basic cargo trailer looks like. I believe the pics of the improvement will speak for themselves.