Received my propane cooktop the other day and mounted it in the kitchen countertop. Everything looks good so far, but nothing will be permanent until I get all the parts for the kitchen.
The microwave/convection oven that was in the vehicle when I brought it home was a little beat up by the previous owner, but from the front it looks fine and works perfectly. One of the feet was slightly out of place, making the unit sit on an angle. I didn't like that, so I loosened the screws holding the bottom in place and attempted to reshape it so the feet would be aligned again. This only partially worked, so I then built two rails that are now mounted on the shelf on either side of the oven. The left and right walls of the oven ride on these rails, holding the whole thing level, and probably holding it a lot sturdier than just the four feet ever would. Eventually, I will strap down the oven to keep it from moving around on the shelf. (The little goof in the cabinetry woodwork looks terrible in the first photo, but it's only a few hundredths of an inch, so I'm not worried about it. Too much.)
Looking at the rail from the front, you can see the out-of-place oven foot on the right:
Finally, my backsplash was completed and I threw it into place for a photo. When I snapped these, I hadn't yet cut the hole for the switch over the sink, so the left side was sitting a little proud of where it will be when finished. I cut the hole today and it looks great. The sheet metal fits perfectly, although I'm not going to remove the protective film until after it's installed for the last time.
While I'm waiting for my WilsonArt countertop laminate sheet to arrive, I've started designing my clothing wardrobe for the driver's side over the water tanks. After I worked this up in SketchUp, I started simplifying it in my mind and I'm thinking it's going to be built as a very simple bottom shelf with two divider walls. I can fill the interior with removable shelves, maybe something from IKEA or The Container Store. At 64 inches wide, the wardrobe will be big enough for all my clothes and shoes with some space left over. The space underneath will be for one of the dog beds and some large photography containers. Nothing under there will be permanently mounted because I want to maintain access to the water tanks under the floor.