Yes I went 2 deep and the top shelf is more like 1 and half deep. A table saw is a must to be able to cut straight otherwise things will not fit. I assembled the supports and shelves in the cabinet and nail them to the supports inside. This case is a case of the right tools make all the difference in the world. Sorry you have had issues with your trim. I have not had any issues with any trim.
Soon I am starting on the bunk room. I will be taking out the fold down bunk and couch. Both will be removed and I am putting in a bed for my daughter. We did not need all the bunks and the couch is useless in that room. If I sit in it my head hits the bunk with it folded up other than that soon to come is upgraded suspension. Replacing the ventless vent hood in kitchen with new shallow style from furrion that gives more room above stove. And removing the 2 burner stove in outdoor kitchen and putting in an induction cooktop in its place.
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Interesting. You are certainly handy! My kids really like the couch back there but I can definitely see how it could be an issue if you dont use it. Funny you say that about the range. That might be my biggest complaint about this trailer. My old trailer had tons of room but this one is so tight it's really hard to use the back burners. As for suspension, what are you thinking Mor-Ryde?
Anyway, thanks again. I will see if I can land a cheap table saw and maybe give it another shot, and yes, hopefully the trim issues are gone. What size nailgun/nails did you use? We have pretty much replaced all the main trim in the kitchen/living room area at this point, but at least we are doing it under warranty and let the dealer worry about it.