ClassBGirl, I think Phoenix Cruiser puts swivel seats on the passenger side of Ford rigs, but anyway, you may not need this since the TV is located in a way that is hard to see from the passenger spot.
gerrym, I cannot find any images of a 2250.
rvworld in michigan has pictures and has also made a youtube video that they put on 2 days ago
Nice Class C. A whole slew of great ideas and features in that one. Are the airbags adjustable on the fly from the driver's seat? Sounds like it might go down the road a lot quieter and smoother than most Class C's with the extra insulation, flush (did the guy on the vid say sexy?) windows, and layout. With the bed up against that wall, I can't imagine much sound coming in through the window or wall behind the driver. How many seatbelts are there?
How is the seat travel and legroom? Looked a little tight on the vid posted.
If you watch many of Dean's videos on the LTV/EEE website(s), you will learn all the things that he considers "sexy" and that he "just loves."
I don't think that there is any such thing as a Ford E450 with decent leg room, unless you are short. And then I found the seat to be too high, so I had to put something under the floor mats to help that in the driver's seat of my previous unit.
Torquelover: To answer your questions about our new Regency:
1. Air bags: Ignition key must be on and you can do them while driving. There are separate controls for the right and left sides.
2. Foot room: Typical ford truck cab with less foot space on the passenger side. Doesn't really bother me, it was the same on the E-350 we had with the Born Free. Both driver and passenger seats do recline back further since they are not butting up against the twin bed set up of the Born Free. I like to sit in the passenger seat reclined back when camped and read while hubby enjoys the TV.
3. Extra insulation: We have found it to be very quiet in the cab area while driving. The added insulation for winter protection also has proved to be a big bonus in the southern heat and for sound proofing while camped. The Regency stays so much cooler in the heat and warmer in the cold. When you touch the walls and and over the cab area interior things are much cooler when it is hot outside, and the floor is not as cold on cool morning. All that extra insulation and enclosed tanks are really a plus.
ClassBGirl, Hubby, and "Bogie" the Basset Hound
2012 Triple E Regency - GT24MB (Grand Touring - 24 ft. - Murphy Bed)
Ford E450 Chassis with 6.8L EFl V-10 Triton