Here are some inside shots:
The air matress will be the first thing to go. We already ordered a new mattress for it.
It has a full kitchen, with a large beer fridge... Errr... Large fridge. There is a lot more cabinet space than we are use too. I'm looking forward to not having to keep moving totes of stuff anymore, and hunting to find stuff. Everything will have a home, and stay there, not have to be loaded and unloaded.
Looking from the back to the front, the queen size bed is in front, then a half wall/curtain for some privacy. The jack-knife sofa turns into a full size bed quickly, and is quite comfortable. The dinette also folds down to a make a full size bed if needed.
Looking from the sofa back, you are looking at the bathroom door. Just beyond the dinette are a set of bunk beds. The foam they call mattresses are ok, but we will likely replace them.
I have to gut the bathroom to make the repairs to the subfloor and I am confident there is some structural damage as well, so I will cut that out and reframe as needed. This vanity makes no sense to me anyhow. The cavity beside the sink is useless. I'm going to save the top, but replace the sink, faucet, and build a custom cabinet. We are also upgrading to a nicer residential height china RV toilet for more comfort.
As I said before, all in all it is in pretty good shape. I am going to remove some of the goofy stuff the previous owners have added over the years, and add things that work for us.