@ nat & ferroequinologist: Thanks for the tips - I won't bank on a 12v heater doing the trick. I won't be moving it at all this winter, so I think I'll do a little testing. I'll see if I can run a duct from the passenger side over to the driver's side. When it gets really cold out, I'll run it and see how it does. If that doesn't work, I'll go for a smaller axillary heater and install it in the warm spring weather.
I'm really looking forward to seeing how that stove performs. Passive solar has been awesome in the bus as of late though - I have the bus parked facing West with decent Southern exposure, and we've been regularly getting a 10-20 degree increase in temperature inside. I think once all the leaves are off the trees the sun will start to hit even earlier. If I have a fire running all night and the bus isn't cold, I may not need to keep the fire going on sunny days.
@ Dan: It's funny, we had thought we had everything measured and and figured out, but that came a lot closer than we thought it would. That entire bench will be made up of pull-out drawers, and I think we're just going to put a false drawer over the bottom half where the wheel well is.
I guess I mentioned this already, but now I have a picture. I went around and replaced the clearance lights before we starting putting up the ceiling. I'm using these style
clearance lights, which match the original stock lights. In addition to replacing the originals, I've added two ambers on each side. They're not as bright as the picture suggests, but they're bright enough to enjoy.
We're more than halfway done with the ceiling! I'll throw the pictures on here all at once when we're finished.