Here are a few photos on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/193276661@N06/?
Not a whole lot of detail, but if you look carefully, you can spot how certain aspects have evolved over the years:
One photo is when I purchased the vehicle in 2010 with 14,000 miles.
One photo is in the Yukon - you can see how I added a "tray" to the rear hitch to accommodate extra bits needed for a 30-day road trip to points remote.
One shot is in Valdez, AK. This is a great vehicle for a long haul trip such as the Alcan, and mosquito protocol :-)
I am surprised at how many shots include a canoe :-) Yellowstone and the Tetons and my driveway
You can see how I have mounted the Hylift jack to the front bumper
The interior cabinetry is pretty standard, but I have been replacing some cabinet surfaces with Baltic Birch and Formica, which is lighter and better than the standard SMB interior build finish. There is always a live list of little improvements in process.
I removed the Sportsmobile decals, as they were of poor quality and flaking off.
You can't see the RunCool louvers on the hood installed last Summer. They greatly reduce underhood (and interior) temperature, and I recommend this add to anyone. You also can't see the upgrade to solar panels. A good solar system is very helpful - it maintains the house battery very well.
What you also don't see is some of the more serious terrain this vehicle handles. I am in the slot canyons of Utah frequently. Some very technical roads in those parts.
Note that I have not had to winch myself out of any predicament. I have on the other hand had opportunity to winch others on several occasions. I do not aim to do technical "jeeping" with this rig, so I have never employed the front suspension quick disconnect. It is not a toy, rather a pretty mean, pretty big machine.
Hope this helps.
I'll try to get a few more photos up to the Flickr link over the next few days