Hi Guys, well almost finished the autosleeper which was purchased at the end of November 2008, just a couple of minor jobs (hopefully) to be done eg fitting reverse lights, washing and polishing exterior and that’s about it. Below is a list of work done but not in chronological order: Fit split charging system Overhaul existing 12 volt system Install 230v (mains) consumer unit Install four 230v recessed lights Install 3 double and one single 230v socket outlets Install water pump switch at sink Source spare wheel – ebay Replace all belts (timing, FP, alternator etc.- done by independant) Change oil filter & air filter Change oil Replace air filter Remove blinds and replace with curtains Installl aux battery charger Wire fridge for 230v Fit external t.v. socket and cable. Install aux battery monitor Fit new pedal rubbers Install fire ext. Fit curtains and pole to overhead bunk area. Replace seat covers Repair wiper fault Fit new car battery Carpet toilet Replace piping strip around all windows Source and fit plate rack. Total cost of parts to date £590.69. Biggest cost was timing and other belts plus crankshaft oil seal and oil and filter, air filter plus general inspection done by local VW independent at cost of just under £300. Anyone in S.W.Scotland looking for a good Audi/VW specialist get in touch with me. I am lucky enough to have access to trade prices in the auto and electrical industry and expertise in both fields so labour cost was not an issue – apart from belts. Have included a few pics of refurbished interiior. Drew.