Hi, I have been researching campers and conversions for what feels like ages. I am very pleased to have found this forum and have read a lot of the excellent posts and seen a lot of first class conversions. I was hoping to get some advice/thoughts on the proposed spec of my future conversion, see below. Vehicle (New, or similar spec if I can find a ex-demo) VW T6 – T32 Highline - 204 – LWB – DSG – 4Motion (with Spit diff) Options Metalic paint Front and rear parking sensors Z16 6.3inch composition media touch screen App connect Tailgate (with window, heated) Mud Flaps Removable tow bar Anything else recommended? Conversion specification Full insulation and carpet lining silver/mid grey/anthracite Bulk head sound proofing - Silent Coat 2mm Mat Bulk Floor sound proofing - Tecsound Van Flooring Barrier - 2M Insulation for van: Dodo Thermo Fleece New ply floor, lino, side step, rear lock cover Privacy glass pack inc. 1x opening side window Side kitchen layout Reimo Variotech 3000 seat bed system on rails with 5 fixation points LWB roof and cross bars silver/black fixings LWB Fiamma F45 wind out awning Dometic HSG 2370 Smev 9222 Sink and Hob Combination Unit Waeco CRX50 compressor fridge 2 person front passenger swivel seat 12v power management system, split charge, 2x 12v socket 240v hook up,1x 240v socket and 10m hook up cable 150w solar panel to roof Leisure battery Anything else recommended? Things not sure on (any help appreciated) Curtains versus Vanshades Planar diesel heater versus Propex HS2211 – external mounted with under slung gas tank) Pop top – SCA versus HiLo or Stealth (worried about head height here) A couple of other general questions for those more informed: What is the impact on warranty of converting a new van? I live in Kent and am considering using VW-T (www.vw-t.co.uk) for the conversion, does anyone have any knowledge of them? Are there any other convertors I should consider? Any help greatly appreciated as this is a once in a life time purchase for me and I would like to try and get it right!! Many thanks CZ.