Thanks for the reply. Just checked out the MotorhomeFun site but no joy there, thanks for that tip anyway.
The Lunar is by no means perfect for most people but for what I need it will work well.
It must be the smallest camper with four belted travel seats, most sacrifice the rear seats for the conversion. The bed is a bit of a strange idea but works, as mentioned in my original post it is solid, very firm but fortunately I now have a reasonable solution courtesy of a couple of self inflating mats made by OEX, form Go Outdoors. The mats are very comfortable and fit quite well considering the tapered shape of the campers air bed, a big improvement even though it seems mad to be buying inflatable mats to go on an air bed!!!
Making up the air bed takes about 10-20 minutes once you get used to rotating the front seats and arranging the rear seats. The marine grade pump works really well inflating and deflating the bed however it is very noisy. If arriving on a camp site late in an evening it may be a bit of a nuisance to other campers on nearby pitches. My first outing I set the bed up early evening so not to annoy anyone nearby.
My bigger problem now is getting the window suction cups on the the privacy blinds to stick!!! It takes me longer sorting them out than the bed. I've tried the usual suggestions, cleaning the window glass, cleaning the suction cups, adding a bit of spit to the cups etc etc.
Anyway I'm happy with the camper car overall, after the first three weeks of getting it I'm getting around 47MPG and its not run in yet (800 miles on the clock). I assume the MPG will improve as the engine beds in more. It is basically giving MPG close to an average car which is something a bigger van like a VW T4/T5 would no doubt struggle to achieve. So it is living up to its expectations, giving me day to day car economy and the benefit of a camper on the occasions I want to head off somewhere nice :-)
Thanks again for your reply.