Thanks for all the postive comments! I know I have been pretty happy so far. Seems like alot left to do, and never enough time. I'm not very good at using the quote option.
As far as glue I used the Dap brand contact cement.
I got it at menards for about $23 a gallon. It took two gallons, one to glue the foam to the ceiling, and one to glue the carpet to the foam. It took alittle bit to figure out how to use it. Whatever you do, don't apply directly to the foam. It will melt it instantly. When I glued the foam to the ceiling I applied cement to the metal ceiling with a roller. Waited 3-4 min. for it to tack up then applied foam. That seemed to work. When I glued the carpet to the foam, I sprayed the cement on the carpet (using a automotive paint gun) again waiting for the glue to get tacked up. I hope it holds up over the years. So far I'm not planning to put bows up. However if it eventually it looks like it starts giving loose I will probably add runners. I would feel alot better if I hadn't used any pink foam. But that brings up the point of the black paint. I think I need the extra insulation. The AC is diffently cooling the bus off in mid 90's temps without the foam on the ceiling. It was just right for my wife, but I like it cold, like a meat locker.
Now that I have it insulated the temps here have dropped off to the low 80's and so did the humidity. I know its because I bought the AC unit.
Anyway I'm still a fan of black, and yes I really would like to get some nice alum. wheels.
I've talked to one of the county mech. who works on all their equipment, and he informed me on how to change out the daytons for bud style wheels. He said its not hard, just takes money. Thats alittle way down the road though.