Sorry my answer is so late. We've been camping in Northern California this week. The lift is from Maxx-Lift 99 - 09 E250/E350 TRUCKS 2WD FRONT LEVELING KIT
and their 2" blocks in the rear. Even though the link says '99 to '09 they have a kit that fits my 2012. With front and rear lifts installed in my driveway I took it down to an alignment shop. They installed the correct camber bushings to get the camber within spec.
My awning was purchased years ago during an Amazon closeout of a Fiamma style awning made by Aleka. They were discontinuing their awnings with legs and sold the 10' version I have for $399. The parts on it look like copies of Fiamma's, with minor differences. If anything breaks I plan on buying Fiamma replacement parts.
The LED lighting is a 16'6" weatherproof strip I bought for $8 off of Amazon back when the awning was purchased. As I upgrade to a high top I'm going to upgrade the LED's to a newer set I've purchased with double the bulbs and double the lumens. The old ones are too far into the blue scale and the new ones are 3000k, or warm white.
Camping in the van all this week just gets me fired up to get my high top on the van. I hope to not sleep another night with the stock roof keeping me hunched over to change clothes. We put about 1600 miles on the van this week. Lot's of time to think about the new roof and what mod's I'll be doing to it and because of it. Other than the height limitations inside, Lady Shadetree and I both agree this van is an incredibly comfortable ride to take trips in.
Spent some of the trip mentally debating what LED lighting to have inside the high top. I was almost sold on LED strip lighting inside the aluminum housings superbrightleds have on their website. But finally decided to get 6-8 ceiling mount LED Puck lights with 4 more under the upper cabinetry, illuminating the countertops. The plan is to wire the under cabinet lights to work off the factory door switch circuit (which are timed) with an ON-OFF-ON switch to switch like the factory lights from Door Open, Off, or On. The ceiling mounted lights will wire to the 4 switch bank of switches inside the side door. The lights come with a wired in dimmer/remote that I may or may not utilize. The LED lighting I added to my Vanagon had the dimmer feature and I never really used it.