Hi marnob, I just thought of another inexpensive change I've made that has made the cabin much more 'practical' (that term being relative!) You know the two, largely decorative cargo nets, on the rear wall behind the seats? I've removed them & replaced them with substantially bigger ones. Removing the original ones, you will find solid strips of plastic at the base of the original nets. Don't remove these strips,no point. Rather, I just used them to align the bottom of the new wider, deeper (ie actual useful) nets. Under that carpet behind the seats is a bit of wood so I simply put contact adhesive om the seams &a few 25mm screws into the corners etc of the new nets. A small circle cut into a sheet of A4 paper so I could spray the screws black. I got the nets on ebay for less than AUD $20 & they look stock. Now I can put 3 rolled up cloth shopping bags in one, my cap, beanie & a rolled up tea-towel (my young ward's 'tablecloth') in the other. I have the passenger seat a couple of clicks forward & keep a light jumper / pullover (?) on the floor behind wrapped in a plastic bag. Wow, losing anything under those seats require much knuckle scraping & moving the seat back & forth to get to said item. Anyway, back on message, putting in real cargo nets has made a huge inprovement in interior "practicality". I also put 2 small nets , one in each footwell, on the tunnel, one holds my hairbrush, the other my [mandatory now] small bottle of hand sanitiser. That's it. Just trying to return the help you gave me, you've probably done these things anyway.