Water heater is under the counter near the door. There's a storage spot above the heater where we put paper towels and 'outside' use stuff. Also all the cleaning supplies. The converter is under to the stove/oven. And the furnace is under the fridge to the right of everything. On the drivers side of the camper, under the pantry (between the slides) is the cord storage with the power surge protector. Our camper won't power up for a few mins after shore power is connected. probably doing a self test and stuff. I am shopping for a kit to allow the cord to disconnect like I did on the last trailer. That spot is HUGE and unused after the cord goes away.
After looking at the layout again, the fridge is over the wheel well and thus there would not be enough room for a bigger fridge if the furnace was under the pantry on the other side. BUT, the converter unit could have been put under the pantry from the start. Wiring would have been easier since the main power comes in right freaking there.
Drawer storage is lacking with the layout. We'll figure something out.
I really liked the Coachmen Freedom Express liberty edition
But the three slide layout was more than I could safely pull and STOP with the old truck. And the outback 312 turned out to be too much for the old 1500 Sierra as it turned out. We traded up to a 2500hd, and (of course) would have been able to handle the Coachmen 320.
Oh well, this is the cycle we go thru I guess.