I elected to put a bed in the back, permanently, and keep a permanent dinette. See photos at http://www.airforums.com/forums/205573-post1.html
Not the best pics, but you can see the bench seat on the curb side and the permanent part of the table. There is an extension that seats 4, but the little stub is fine for 2. The seat on the street side is a folding chair, which has worked well, but will be replaced with a permanent single seat, angled so it faces slightly forward. I can post detailed photos if there is interest in the design.
Both seats (the existing bench and the future single seat) have folding backs that allow storage behind. The existing bench seat has two drawers that open aft so they are accessible if you're outside standing in the dooway. A small wine rack, in the middle of the bench, is accessible from the front (9 bottles horizontal and 4 vertical). At the forward end of the bench there is a small compartment (also accessible from the front) that holds a 24-pack and a few bottles of water.
Why the single seat, you ask? Well, it provides room for countertop next to the sink and doubles as a work seat for when the computer is on center stage. The 4th person would sit in a folding chair at the end of the table top extension (totally in the way of kitchen operations, but, hey, it's a folding chair).
The cabinet above the front window has an exposed panel on the left for the radio and pockets behind a swinging door for small items, books, and CDs.