Some of you know I recently sold my p'up and went to the darkside. The others now do, lol. The unit I bought, while in great condition, is 12 years old and thereby "dated" in the DW's opinion of all things interior design. So, like a lot of men, I know what "it's fine" or "I mean, it's a camper after all" really mean and I posed this question to her this morning; "do you have any plans for us to camp between now and the end of year?" Her answer, as suspected, was "no". My wife is a 'destination RV'er', meaning, for her, it's about where we are going, not just being in the camper itself. I, of course, knew this going in, and that's why I was pretty confident what her answer to the question would be this morning. I've shared all of that because the true fun for me (being very much OCD) is in the process of all things building, restoring, re-doing, making better. Leading up to this; I think I should remodel the interior from back to front. Here in Florida we are coming into the perfect season for being outside, so if I'm going to bite off this chunk, now's the time. I mean, I'm already in the process of replacing the floor so why not go all the way? It would entail refinishing/painting all the cabinets since they're currently a honey oak color. More than likely painting the walls, although if possible I'd prefer to be able to match the new décor to what's in there wall-wise as this unit used the Advel (sp?) laminated walls. The color scheme is Hunter Green which my lovely wife tells me is about 20 years out of date, (I thought it was a nice manly tone, lol) along with an odd mix of grays and tans and greens in a floral pattern on the sofa/dinette cushions and even I know that floral patterns are "out". And, while I'm at it, I think I'll have a try at refinishing the beginning to fade shower/vanity in the bathroom since I've recently come across a new product for doing so that looks rather promising. All in all, a rather extensive project, but nothing that's not already been done by someone at some point, somewhere. So what do you think about the idea? And, before you ask, I'm not too worried about "resale value", as I'm pretty confident in where I am and this isn't truly about that. Matter of fact, it could end up saving me money in the long term, because the camper is pretty close to the ideal for our needs. Should I go "all in" or would you vote to "stay the course and prepare to trade in a year or two?". Just like hearing other folks' thoughts and if you've done something similar, how you feel about it in hindsight....i.e. would you do it all over again?