Thanks everyone! Glad to hear approvals on my little kitchen. Sometimes I think about all the thousands of people that rode in my little project back when it was in transit service in Daytona. Do you think they would believe it to see it now? The transit buses are often overlooked when it comes to conversions, but they're not bad with a little lipstick.
Headinthetrees, you asked about the equipment cabinet. If you look back in the build, you can see photos. It contains 2 4-D Lifeline absorbed mat batteries for the house system in the bottom. Above that are the two breaker boxes (one for incoming power and the 2nd for inverter circuits). Above that is a 24V battery charger and on the opposite wall, a 3000 watt Prosine inverter/charger. There is also a marine type breaker panel for 24V circuits in the door as well as the inverter control panel. At the top of the compartment are two quiet fans that are thermostically controlled for heat removal from the compartment. I could have installed only one, had I known how little heat I have in there. But at the time, I didn't know.
As far as the kitchen, everything you see there came from Ikea. I use a portable induction cooktop if I want to fry anything. The microwave does double duty as it is a convection/microwave. By not having a built in cooktop, it gives me more counter space in an already small kitchen. I cooked a spaghetti dinner for 9 at Halloween.