Thanks for the all the great advice and support!
Sunnluna, We have been restoring vintage FG trailers for many years in LA, CA, and Windsor, ONT, Ca. We love them all big and small, wood and resin.
Bob, Airstream anything is very cool, Heavy and expensive, but cool.
Mike, your close! Walkable floor space is 60" x 100", it is arranges in a grid of 3 x 5 20" squares. There are two primary sizes to the modular Roto-mold cubes, with variations. The main "bench" cube is 20" x 20" x 16" tall, this one is primarily used for sitting, sleeping, storage and other options. The secound "counter top" cube is a 20" x 20" 20" tall, it is designed primarily to lock on top of the bench cube to create a 36" tall counter top, this module will be used for counter tops, sinks, stove tops, fridges and larger items as well as front loading storage.
There are 6 main components to the modular system, bench cubes, counter top cubes, table tops, cushions, floor panels, and box lids (that bring 16" bench cubs to counter top height, also conceal trailer appliances)
Knolly, the floor is incredibly strong, and with modular cubs removed the floor space is perfect for hauling larger items. So far we have tested with my DR650, its a bigger motorbike and weighs about 400Lbs, i have not tried it with 2 bikes yet, but our GVWR will sit somewhere around 2500 Lbs so you will have more then enough strength. There are 6 total D-ring tie downs that mount through the 1.5" thick honeycomb floor directly into the 4" thick frame, Here are some images of that.
im off to bed, ill post more on here when i have some fresh photos for you guys to tear apart
in the meantime try to erase the Bryce on the can from your minds
have a good night.