Here are some pics of the new TV mounting locations and the cabinet that I created to replace the front dash mounted TV. I had to replace the headliner in that area so it was already open for the additional requirements. I added a 110V outlet and pulled the additional cabling for the HDMI input along with an RF cable if needed. I did add some reinforcement to the ceiling area for the TV mount and there is a steel beam right there as well. The mount I used allows me to store the TV flush with the ceiling. It lowers and pivots as well:
Cabinet that replaced the original TV location:
Rear bedroom TV mount using original cabinet:
The bedroom TV runs off +12V and has it's own DVD player built in. There wasn't 110V available in the cabinet so I chose a TV that could use the 12V
source that was already there. The TV was not originally designed for an RV but came with a 110V to 12V
power adaptor and has worked great for several years now.