Slowly but surely. Here you can see the stove/sink coming together. Eli did a nice job pairing the grains to where it's really quite seamless looking. That just got stained and now matches the walls. Below the galley you'll see the t track that runs both side of the vehicle at hip level and at ground level. This will give me a ton of mounting points for strapping gear down like camp chairs, foldable solar panel, backpacks, etc.
The rear seats are in and are quite comfy. We will be incorporating the sequoia leg stand set up between those seats with a custom folding table that'll incorporate some kind of cool topo design. The hinges we will be using for both the rear tables are really cool and hidden in the folding pieces of the table. They're called Soss Invisible Hinges.
Also in the pic (with the top down) you can see the rear light and camera. There is also another camera on the passenger side rear facing straight out to the passenger side to allow me to capture that side in the monitor when driving solo. Otherwise it's virtually impossible to see when backing up and makes for a tense back up out of parking spaces, etc. Both cameras can be turned on while the vehicle is parked for viewing surroundings while closed up inside.
The Baja Designs rear light works extremely well. The switch for that will be located behind the drivers above my head on the dividing wall in the cockpit area. That'll have definitely have a switch cover. I'd hate to accidentally blind someone behind me while driving at night.
All the wiring above port door will soon be covered with a slanted powder coat piece with some cnc designs back lit. Additionally, the multi colored lighting was installed just under the upper bunk where you see a series of hole punch like cutouts along the underside of the perimeters of the bunk shelf. There is now frosted plexi glass covering those holes.
On the floors of the rear passenger side you'll see my tie downs (and covers) for the Ubco electric bike im hoping to have as my exploring transport/surfing and fishing rig when the van is basecamped.
Still to come is the foldable table in front of the rear jump seat which will fold and store nicely in the vertical space to the left of the port door. As well as some small cabinetry and wood finishing pieces in the bottom bunk area (which will be located over the rear jump seat and fridge - the fridge is on a tembo tusk slider for when the lower bed is deployed). We will also have a sliding shelf on the passenger side in the large rectangular cut out that will slide both inside and the outside of the vehicle for storage/cooking/food use.
Lots more to the build and still plugging away a bit at a time.