I have a '89 F350 standard cab w/bench seat. I would like more interior room. Usually it is only me and one other guy, so I thought of putting in bucket seats, but sometimes on a large mulch job or leaf cleanups, we use a 3rd person, so bucket seats are a bit out of the question. This last year we did OK with the above setup, had a cooler that sat between the dash and the seat, then kept my work binder on the seat (has all necessary stuff in it). That worked ok. But, this season I plan to get alot more organized and professional. I am taking the laptop with me in the truck and probably will build a pedestal mount. that will wipe out the cooler space. The cooler will find a place on the trailer or likely in the truck bed somehow. We'll just get out what we want before we leave a job, then put back drinks at the next job. I also want to take a printer with me, for the laptop of course. And, still will need my work binder to store papers of all kinds. that won't all fit in the seat, and it would be very cluttered if it would anyway. I might be able to make the printer go on the floor somehow under the laptop. Not sure. If so, then we may be ok. Anyone else have problems not having enough room in your interior, and if so, what did you do to solve those problems? It would be ok if I did not need room for the helper or if I had an extended cab. Oh, it gets worse in fall when it gets cool out we need room to throw our coats/jackets when we're not wearing them Thanks for reading my whining. Any ideas?