all night! Enjoy your new toy! For the one who makes the bed here is my trick. Take a long strap (seat belt fabric, leather, etc.) and screw it to the plywood near the middle of the front edge of the bed - i.e. the side you get in on. Make sure the screws are behind the doors so that they will continue to open... I put mine into the framework itself. Run the belt under the bed to the far edge under the window and allow about a foot or more to come up over the mattress. A loop in this end is great too. When changing sheets, crawl up on the bed, grab the loop and yank. The mattress comes straight up on edge. slip the old sheets off and put the new ones on the far corners, ditto for a blanket or spread. Let that side down gently and pick up the near side, finish putting on the corners.
One other thing I did was take sheet garters, removed the short elastic and replaced it with a piece about 20 inches long. I hooked these to the far side of the sheets before putting them over the corners. When I lift the front of the mattress, there they are. I hook them to the near side of the bottom sheet - and have a nice tight wrinkle free bottom sheet to sleep on until I change them again.
I did have a custom oval mattress made so that I could turn it from side to side (found that it was lots easier to turn ME from head to foot
than the mattress). That was a mixed blessing. The round corners just get pillows stuffed in them on the wardrobe and night stand side, but the increased weight of an innerspring makes changing the bed a LOT harder. If you decide to customize, let me suggest that you try a mattress topper or a higher grade foam mattress... and check the weight first!
I also complained about the wet bath door hitting the edge of the dinette... then I looked at the conventional side bed 19 and 25 models.... now THOSE bathroom doors are tight! Just put a small piece of the fuzzy side of velcro on you dinette where the door can hit. That will keep both from getting dinged.
You're gonna love the computer desk, you'll use it every day. That's one thing I miss in my new 25 Safari FB SE. I am typing at the dinette and the keyboard is three inches too high. Seems minor, I know but it's an irritant.
Get Champaigne corks to keep the overhead bin doors from sliding open while you travel (collecting them is half the fun). Of course if you are more prosaic, use a paper towel wadded up and pushed in the finger hole.
Happy Happy happy! Enjoy and have many safe but fun adventures.